Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of lithograph.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lithograph.

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Examples

  • The melodeon, the chairs, the black walnut table before which they were married, the extension table in the sitting-room, the kitchen table with its oilcloth cover, the framed lithographs from the English illustrated papers, the very carpets on the floors.

    McTeague

  • I’m quite familiar with the contest due to one of my past lives — when my ex-husband and I owned the art gallery, a regular customer bought the limited edition lithographs from the contest every year.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2009 » October

  • "I always tell people not to purchase things that could fall in value," he says, citing convention-show materials, things acquired in private signings and items signed in the thousands, such as lithographs and baseballs.

    Sports Collectors Weigh Options Amid Crisis

  • He'd like to produce some in other formats, such as lithographs or rugs.

    Ways of Seeing

  • American Gothic and of course, framed pieces of art (both antique and modern, items such as lithographs, original engravings, photography, etc.).

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • Amsterdam Painters and Photography In 1902, Henri Rivière released a series of lithographs titled "36 Views of the Eiffel Tower."

    What's On Around Europe

  • His 1916 portraits of both are here, along with wonderful Fauve landscapes and a striking series of black-and-white lithographs.

    One Family's Adventures With Art

  • Written by Chinese-American artist and poet Walasse Ting and edited by American artist Sam Francis, the book is illustrated with colored lithographs by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Sam Francis and numerous other American and European Pop artists.

    Revolutionary Writings

  • Matisse/ARS 'The Girl With Green Eyes' (1908) by Henri Matisse In Room I, an erotic Bonnard and a Renoir nude are joined by a small Manet and four Cézannes (two of them lithographs).

    Souvenirs From Paris

  • A group of rural markets, painted on paper, and related lithographs, made in the 1880s and '90s, are notably vigorous, with their all-over expanses of densely packed figures.

    At the Clark, Social Commentary Made Beautiful

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