Definition of Photogravure

1. Noun. Printing from an intaglio plate prepared by photographic methods.

Generic synonyms: Gravure, Intaglio, Intaglio Printing
Specialized synonyms: Rotogravure



2. Noun. An intaglio print produced by gravure.
Exact synonyms: Gravure, Heliogravure
Generic synonyms: Print

3. Noun. Using photography to produce a plate for printing.
Exact synonyms: Rotogravure
Generic synonyms: Gravure

Definition of Photogravure

1. n. A photoengraving; also, the process by which such a picture is produced.

Definition of Photogravure

1. Noun. An intaglio process for printing photographic reproductions in newspapers and books. ¹

2. Noun. A print so made. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Photogravure

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Photogravure

photographic memory
photographic paper
photographic plate
photographic print
photographica
photographical
photographically
photographies
photographing
photographist
photographists
photographometer
photographometers
photographs
photography
photogravure (current term)
photogravures
photogs
photoguide
photoguides
photohadronic
photoheated
photoheating
photoheliograph
photoheliographic
photoheliographs
photoheliography
photohemotachometer
photoheterotroph
photoheterotrophic

Literary usage of Photogravure

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1. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1904)
"Sir Joshua Reynolds, first president of the Royal Academy, by Sir Walter Armstrong, new and cheaper edition, illus. in photogravure, etc., $3. net. ..."

2. Odes in Contribution to the Song of French History by George Meredith (1898)
"The Adventures of Harry Richmond With Frontispiece in photogravure by WILLIAM HYDE. 's Career With Frontispiece in photogravure. ..."

3. Modern Methods of Illustrating Books by Henry Trueman Wood (1887)
"photogravure. | HE processes to which the general names of photogravure or Heliogravure have been given, those, to say, which are used for the production of ..."

4. Horgan's Half-tone and Photomechanical Processes by Stephen Henry Horgan (1913)
"photogravure. BY ART LOVERS RECOGNIZED AS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL PHOTOMECHANICAL PROCESSES. Intaglio engraving was the aim of the first experimenters ..."

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