American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A print produced by lithography.
- v. To produce by lithography.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A print executed by lithography.
- To reproduce by means of lithography: as, to lithograph a picture.
- To practise lithography.
- n. A printed image produced by lithography; an image produced by etching the image onto a flat surface, then copying the etched surface by applying ink (or the equivalent) to it and pressing another material against it.
- v. To create a copy of an image through lithography.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To trace on stone by the process of lithography so as to transfer the design to paper by printing
- n. A print made by lithography.
- n. a print produced by lithography
- v. make by lithography
- n. duplicator that prints by lithography; a flat surface (of stone or metal) is treated to absorb or repel ink in the desired pattern
- Back-formation from lithography. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Catlin's sketches, also in lithograph, are in the Minneapolis Public Library.”
“Created by ‘Verse historian and QMx artisan Ben Mund, this 30” x 26.5” lithograph is printed on 100-pound, satin-finish paper and contains a complete topographical rendering of the infamous valley, including many landmarks and other details of historic importance dating back to 2506, just prior to the outbreak of hostilities that would become known as the Unification War.”
“Mr. Chagoya, a professor of art and art history at Stanford University, told The Post that the lithograph was a commentary on revelations of child abuse by Catholic priests.”
“A lithograph is a very high quality machine printed image made by using a 4 color separation process much like how the covers of any color magazine is printed.”
“There have been "Collection Domaine Picasso" prints selling like crazy over the last 5 years all over the internet including eBay, these are mostly giclee's (although occasionally called lithograph) which can easily be reproduced by anyone.”
“Beneath the lithograph was the inscription: "The Reverend Father Dom Seraphitus, Mysticus Goriot, of the Regular Order of Clichy Friars, taken in by all those he has himself taken in, receives amidst his forced solitude the consolations of Sancta Seraphita (/Scenes of the Hidden Life, sequel to those of”
“A larger version of LeWitt's 1992 untitled lithograph (left) is available here, while a larger version of his "Splotch #15″ (right) is available here.”
“The scene evoked a 19th-century lithograph of Jaffa, in Palestine, or Tyre, in Lebanon, by David Roberts: dhows emerging out of the white, watery miasma, laden with silvery fish and manned by fishermen dressed in filthy turbans and shalwar kameezes, prayer beads dripping out of their pockets.”
“Until 1990, the Norwegian diplomas were created according to the same principles: During 1901-1969, a lithograph by Gerhard Munthe and during 1970-1990 a lithograph by”
“Christ appears receiving oral sex in a lithograph in Loveland, Colorado, and we're told to be tolerant.”
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denoting or relating to stone, a kidney stone, or a mineral
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