1. single- or multi-color lithography
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How To Use chromolithography In A Sentence

  • There is something inherently exquisite about Victorian chromolithography that is so compelling.
  • Colour printing had enormous commercial potential through the development of chromolithography, and a large part of the history of lithography is in its commercial application, often bright and garish, to posters and advertisements.
  • At the same time, chromolithography allowed mechanical printing to replace much hand painting on tin plated toys.
  • But as awkward as it might seem, chromolithography was a huge leap forward for natural history books.
  • By the 1890's, chromolithography was being replaced by a new photographic reproduction methods.
  • By 1870, Benson and others categorized cheap mass-produced chromolithography outside the definition of good taste, and thus any painting that resembled a chromo was dismissed.
  • See Peter C. Marzio, The Democratic Art: Pictures for a 19 th-Century America: Chromolithography, 1840-1900, pp.201-205, for a discussion of chromolithographs of the World's Columbian Exposition, and also pp.313, 343.
  • Brilliantly coloured printed papers became more easily available as chromolithography, a method of colour printing, became less expensive. Times, Sunday Times
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