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- n. a person who makes lithographs, who does lithography
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who lithographs; one who practices lithography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who practises lithography.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a printmaker who uses lithography
Although Wilson is best known as a lithographer a Wilson lithograph of Thorpe sold a few years ago for $230 at auction, his bronze works do turn up from time to time.
And so, upon completion of school, he decided to seek work in a trade, ultimately becoming a journeyman lithographer.
My brother was a lithographer willing to lend his skills.
Robinson, 66, a lithographer, was turned away by white printing companies before getting a job at a black-owned one.
MCDONALD, George Bernard, 88, of Waldorf, a lithographer, died June 28 at Hospice House of St. Mary's.
Inspired by the caricatures of lithographer Jose Guadalupe Posada, the elegant Catrina has her origins in Day of the Dead celebrations.
Landscape painter, engraver and lithographer of the Norwich School who worked in oils and watercolours.
Born in Prussia in 1835, in his early 20's he came to Britain and settled in Edinburgh where he worked as a lithographer.
The images were produced by Louis Haghe, the best and most prolific lithographer of the time.
His first job was as an apprentice lithographer where his assignments included designing cinema and railway posters.