Senefelder


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Senefelder

(ˈzenəˌfɛldə)
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(Biography) (Johan Nepomuk Franz) Aloys (ˈaloɪs). 1771–1834, German dramatist and engraver, born in Czechoslovakia, who invented (1796) lithography
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Noun1.Senefelder - German printer who invented lithography (1771-1834)
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The department of education and sport - municipal vocational training center alois senefelder - requires a factory-new 4-color printing press with coating unit exclusively for vocational training and further education.
Foi criada em 1796 por Aloys Senefelder (1771-1834), sobre a mesma Meggs (2009: 198) define:
His contacts with Alois Senefelder, the inventor of lithography, led him to add manufacturing capacity.
Shortly before the start of the 19th century, German actor and playwright Alois Senefelder invented lithography, a revolutionary way to produce printed materials.
Developed by the German Alois Senefelder in 1796, the lithographic technique quickly expanded in Europe and America due to the less complex process and to the quality of materiality and expressiveness effects, similar to those of drawing.
Invented in 1796 by the German Alois Senefelder (1771-1834), lithography combines the immediacy of drawing with the repeatability of graphic art.
Jennett, Sean 1958 Pioneers in Printing: Johann Gutenberg, William Caxton, William Caslon, John Baskerville, Alois Senefelder, Frederick Koenig, Ottmar Mergenthaler, Tolbert Lanston.
The Senefelder Club and William Richard Lethaby, Principal of the London County Council's Central School of Arts and Crafts, are central to this part of the story.
Este conjunto de <<reproducciones fotograficas>> (Photographischen Abbildungen), segun el estilo de <<los mas excelentes cuadros de la Galeria Real de Dresde>>, era obra de un artista bavaro de nacimiento y que habia estudiado litografia en Munich desde 1816 con el pionero de este medio, Aloys Senefelder.
Lithography was invented by Alois Senefelder in 1796 when, not having the money to buy paper, he used a stone to write his mother's laundry list.
It is no coincidence that the 1896-7 extensions to the Government Printing Office buildings included bas-relievo tablets over the main doors featuring Louise Daguerre and Niepce, co-discoverers of the daguerreotype photographic process, Alois Senefelder, the German inventor of lithography, and the ubiquitous William Caxton and Johannes Gutenberg, the iconic English and German printers.
Alois Senefelder (1771-1834) was an actor and playwright having a difficult time supporting printing the costs of his career.