chromolithograph

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chro·mo·lith·o·graph

 (krō′mə-lĭth′ə-grăf′)
n.
A colored print produced by chromolithography.
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chromolithograph

(ˌkrəʊməʊˈlɪθəˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a picture produced by chromolithography
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chro•mo•lith•o•graph

(ˌkroʊ məˈlɪθ əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf)

n.
a picture produced by chromolithography.
[1855–60]
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Others were either blank front and back or else had blank vignettes worked into the chromolithographed design.
Bagchi would also branch out from his livelihood as portrait painter and teacher of oil painting at the Calcutta art school to set up in 1878 an independent commercial enterprise in Bowbazar called the Calcutta Art Studio, that took on orders for portrait painting and photography alongside producing chromolithographed picture-prints for a mass market.
The discussion progresses to chromolithographs that were also hand-painted or designed to imitate other media and techniques; papers textured to imitate canvas for more convincing reproductions of paintings; crystograph transparencies (Victorian window decals for 'stained glass'); and even tableware decorated with chromolithographed transfers.
Others were either blank front and back, or else had blank vignettes worked into the chromolithographed design.
In consequence, images of chromolithographed and oleographed goddesses were disseminated and found their way into the private and public spheres of India.
The 5 volumes from 1845-1849 were illustrated with 291, many folding, handcoloured lithographed or chromolithographed plates.
This conflation between the private and the public, stemming from the popularity of the chromolithographed card, at this time was not limited to personal cards, as religious institutions also distributed color-saturated cards to parishioners, especially to children as rewards for successfully attending Sunday school [Figure 2] (Garvey 21).
The book contains 40 chromolithographed plates, which display in brilliant colour the tropical splendour of the fruits and flowers commonly found in Java in the mid 19th century.
Phalke does stand as an important figure in a longer history that encompasses mass-produced chromolithographed and oleographed picture prints, photographs, postcards, calendar images and 'popular' or urban theatre, alt of which exhibited a remarkable proclivity for shared religious iconographies, imagery, and narratives, the same ones that Phalke used to ensure the broadest possible market for his film.
These chromolithographed cards present a dramatic exotic orientalized world where everything is either outsized, mysterious, or saturated with the brooding intensity of colour that characterized late 19th-century advertising.