1. a printmaker who uses lithography
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How To Use lithographer In A Sentence

  • $1,400, prepares the guides for the colors printed on the post-route maps, and has supervision of the map sheets transmitted from and to the photolithographer. Final Report of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Commission
  • My brother was a lithographer willing to lend his skills. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • His maternal grandfather was a lace designer and his own father a lithographer.
  • Also as he was a fine etcher and lithographer he understood the use of bold contrasting colours in particular the use of black to contrast.
  • It's not that he's reluctant to work - he has experience as a printer, lithographer and worker in one of Bulgaria's biggest factories, the Kremikovtsi steel works.
  • They are printed by a select group of lithographers.
  • The painter, lithographer and etcher was born in Knaresborough in 1872 and studied at Scarborough School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London.
  • Although Wilson is best known as a lithographer a Wilson lithograph of Thorpe sold a few years ago for $230 at auction, his bronze works do turn up from time to time. The Seattle Times
  • The editor has not only extended the book's coverage by ten years but has included artists primarily known as etchers, engravers and lithographers.
  • MCDONALD, George Bernard, 88, of Waldorf, a lithographer, died June 28 at Hospice House of St. Mary's. Southern Maryland Deaths
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