Definition of Chromolithography

1. Noun. Single- or multi-color lithography.

Generic synonyms: Lithography



Definition of Chromolithography

1. n. Lithography adapted to printing in inks of various colors.

Definition of Chromolithography

1. Noun. A form of lithography for printing pictures in colour ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromolithography

chromogranin
chromogranins
chromograph
chromographies
chromographs
chromography
chromoisomerism
chromoleucite
chromoleucites
chromolithograph
chromolithographer
chromolithographers
chromolithographic
chromolithographs
chromolithography (current term)
chromolysis
chromomagnetic
chromomere
chromomeres
chromomeric
chromometer
chromometry
chromomycin
chromomycin a3
chromomycins
chromomycosis
chromonar
chromonar hydrochloride
chromone

Literary usage of Chromolithography

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1. The Preparation of Illustrations for Reports of the United States Geological by John Livesy Ridgway, Geological Survey (U.S.) (1920)
"chromolithography. The chromolithographic process, by which illustrations are printed in color from stone, is used in Survey publications principally for ..."

2. List of Subject Headings for Use in Dictionary Catalogs by American Library Association, Mary Josephine Briggs (1914)
"... Hair Color of plants See also Botany—Physiology; Color of flowers Color photography Color printing See also chromolithography; Color photography; ..."

3. Travels in the Central Caucasus and Bashan: Including Visits to Ararat and by Douglas William Freshfield (1869)
"With 55 Engravings on Wood, 10 Lithographs, 10 Plates in chromolithography, and Two Plans (one coloured), all executed in Rome under the Author's ..."

4. The Journal and Transactions of the Photographic Society of Great Britain by Photographic Society of Great Britain (1859)
"Tho stones being properly etched and ready for use, we have only to apply the colours and print from them as in the ordinary chromolithography. ..."

5. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1895)
"His art was of the showy, artificial kind, which was encouraged by the early popularity of chromolithography, and may be said to have become quite obsolete ..."

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