Lithograph sentence example
Basil Beattie remembering the pleasure of learning to make a lithograph in art school in the 50's.
Many of the volumes consist of coloured lithograph plates illustrating the natural history of the country, as well as atlases of maps from the earliest period.
To produce a lithograph the artist draws the work on a flat plate or surface with a greasy or waxy medium.
Published by ASH FINE ART as an artist signed limited edition lithograph of 500 copies only.
A colored lithograph by Jacob Connop, entitled " A Bird's Eye View of Belfast " was issued In 1863.Advertisement
Alex Wright lithograph This early 19th Century lithograph shows the Chapel of Ease at Shirehampton, precursor of the present St. Mary's.
The military genius A 19 th century lithograph, showing Napoleon peering through a telescope.
Other investments in new technology were unsuccessful, including the doomed Paige Compositor, a typesetting machine quickly outpaced by the lithograph.