from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A lithograph.
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- adj. lithographic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- A combining form from Gr. li`qos, stone.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A common technical abbreviation of lithograph.
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I say, No. The production of them (in order to be lithographed), and the use of them in their "litho" state, are untruthful acts, untruthful in the very sanctuary of truth.
How do i remove a lithograph, print from a book without harming the litho?
Each hand-numbered statuette comes carefully packaged in a custom-tooled, full-color, litho-printed tin box.
UK residents over the age of 18 can have the opportunity to win a painting by Damien Hirst or one of 20 litho prints by the artist.
Every time you answer a daily question you'll automatically enter another prize draw to win a further signed Damien Hirst litho print.
Worst case of an overloaded truck I know off was some company trying to ship an entire printer base (full size offset litho printer for magazines) via ONE truck instead of by train (the way they should have shipped it).
He waited for the announcement, put his order in for the first of the lithographs, always hoping to get one of the top ten signed and numbered pieces, and always brought the litho in with great pride the day it arrived.
You also get a large fridge magnet and a litho cell.
About six years later, in another National Gallery image, Munch decides to make a printable version of that painted variation: He takes his black-and-white litho, then makes a wood-block image of the hair alone to be printed on top in red.
In the four versions in this show (others exist), we see the original black-and-white litho from the Epstein collection, and then the full Draculette treatment it gets a year or so later, in a hand-colored impression from the gallery's own holdings: Munch prints his litho onto ghoulish green paper, then brushes the woman's hair in orange-red so that it can drip bloodlike down her victim.
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