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ser·i·graph

 (sĕr′ĭ-grăf′)
n.
A print made by the silk-screen process.

[Latin sēricum, silk, neuter of sēricus, silken; see serge1 + -graph.]

se·rig′ra·pher (sə-rĭg′rə-fər) n.
se·rig′ra·phy (-fē) n.
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serigraphy

the procedure of making prints through the silk-screen process. — serigrapher, n.
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serigraphy

A form of silk screening.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.serigraphy - the act of making a print by the silkscreen method
printmaking - artistic design and manufacture of prints as woodcuts or silkscreens
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Translations

serigraphy

[səˈrɪgrəfɪ] nserigrafia (metodo)
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She began to be renown for her own unique applications of laser, serigraphy, relief printing, monoprinting and lithography printing techniques.
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Corita's primary method was silkscreen printing, an everyday technique that she described as "a very democratic form." Sometimes reclassified (or classed up?) in art museums as serigraphy, silkscreening's roots are in commercial art and advertising, which is just as well, as Corita's most remarkable prints aimed at reconciling consumer culture with spirituality.
A signature element of the Emirates premium experience, it is equipped with a full-height shower, innovations like a floor heating system, decorative serigraphy on mirrors and marble accents, as well as luxury, all-natural skincare products.
These are lithography, photoprint and serigraphy. Lithography is the method of reproducing a decoration drawn on limestone with oil and ink via printing.
When the financing permitted a large poster printing, lithography was used, otherwise serigraphy was the technique embraced, particularly by artists in the Chicano Power Movement.