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.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lithographer - a printmaker who uses lithographylithographer - a printmaker who uses lithography  
graphic artist, printmaker - an artist who designs and makes prints
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Translations

lithographer

[lɪˈθɒgrəfəʳ] Nlitógrafo/a m/f
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lithographer

nLithograf(in) m(f)
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lithographer

[lɪˈθɒgrəfəʳ] nlitografo/a
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References in classic literature ?
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. He was a revolutionist, of course.
Syd was also a talented artist, calligrapher and lithographer (I have the cards and cartoons to verify that), and he passed sadly on August 12, 2017...
Hartinger and Sohn, Wien,' identified the chart's lithographer who passed away in 1890.
His artists Rungiah and Govindoo had many drawings attributed to them, but the lithographer often composed many parts of their drawings to accommodate them in the same plate, sometimes losing the fine detailing of form in the illustration.
The fifth-year student added: "William, who is my great-great-grandfather, survived being gassed at the Somme and made it safely back to Dundee, where he was a lithographer. He was 24 when he left for France and lived until he was 50, when he died from an illness he picked up in the trenches.
"After stints as a painter, draftsman, theatrical set designer, and lithographer, he chanced upon Alice Guy's silent film, The Life of Christ (1910).
It also describes Ajax and the images of lithographer Marian Maguire, and the character in relation to the construction of the Panama Canal.
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.
Toulouse-Lautrec was a painter and also a prolific illustrator, lithographer, and caricaturist.