from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The producer of a facsimile.


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  • In what other ways do the artist and facsimilist in you co-mingle?


  • IATH programmers; and your fellow editors, I've become attuned to some of the ways in which the hand and eye of Viscomi the artist overlap with the hand and eye of Viscomi the facsimilist.


  • Continuing in this vein, I'd like it if you could talk some about how the artist-practitioner in you has influenced the facsimilist, both before and after 1992, when you set out with Morris and Bob to build a comprehensive electronic archive of Blake's work.


  • The method which she pursues is that of drawing from objects, beginning with Harding's series of blocks, and thereby accustoming both eye and hand to greater accuracy than can be acquired from copying the usual plane surface pictures, which in most cases makes of the pupil a mere facsimilist.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 3 No 2, February 1863 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • On March 15, 1861, a facsimilist, Betbeder, issued a challenge, undertaking to execute autographs that it would be impossible to detect, by paper, ink, handwriting, or text.

    Lectures on the French Revolution


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