lithographer


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lith·o·graph

 (lĭth′ə-grăf′)
n.
A print produced by lithography.
tr.v. lith·o·graphed, lith·o·graph·ing, lith·o·graphs
To produce by lithography.

[Back-formation from lithography.]

li·thog′raph·er (lĭ-thŏg′rə-fər) n.
lith′o·graph′ic, lith′o·graph′i·cal adj.
lith′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lithographer - a printmaker who uses lithographylithographer - a printmaker who uses lithography  
graphic artist, printmaker - an artist who designs and makes prints
Translations

lithographer

[lɪˈθɒgrəfəʳ] Nlitógrafo/a m/f

lithographer

nLithograf(in) m(f)

lithographer

[lɪˈθɒgrəfəʳ] nlitografo/a
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The man was a young workman, a lithographer by trade, and he had got into trouble in connexion with that affair of temperance tracts--you remember.
Miss Haldin hastened to assure her that, on the contrary, she was very much interested in the story of the journeyman lithographer.
Vacant for more than 35 years, the buildings primary tenant, Hoen & Company, was known as the oldest continuously operating lithographer in the United States.
Launched in 1988, the "LOUIEs" honor Louis Prang, the German-born Boston lithographer and publisher known as the "Father of the American Christmas Card" More than 230 companies throughout the world submitted nearly 1,000 entries for the greeting card and social expression industry's definitive awards competition.
The names listed in the area of Scavenger's Lane included Roopchand Doss, lithographer and copperplate printer, and Radhakant Doss and Co.
This wood engraving map, which also features Upper and Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and British Columbia, Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica, St Domingo and the Bahama Islands, was created by Theodore Ettling, a German-born engraver, draughtsman and lithographer, who moved to London via Amsterdam in 1850.
After he received his diploma, he began his professional career as a painter, sculptor and lithographer in the 80s.
At 17 she joined AJ Wilkinson's Royal Staffordshire Pottery as a lithographer, where her drawing ability was soon noticed.
These include two reproductions of handcoloured lithograph depicting the flooding of Haram Shareef in 1951 and efforts in handling the emergency, a miniature script in "Maghrebi" script from the famous 17th century "Dalailul Khairat", lithographs of Haj pilgrims approaching Mecca by a Dutch lithographer, Marius Bauer, published in London in 1926 .
Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) was a Russian-born painter, wood-engraver, lithographer, teacher and theorist.
After working as a lithographer and taking evening classes in art, Staniforth's talent as an illustrator was recognised by the then editor Lascelles Carr, who promoted him to the editorial team.