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The lithographs were exquisitely made with special textured papers, Liao said.
(3) Hand-drawn and partially coloured, these free-hand sketches of Indian plants are marked by an "unfinished" quality when compared to Fitch's lithographs (cf.
and in the Very Disk of the Sun Radiates the Face of Jesus Christ, Odilon Redon, lithograph from The Temptation of Saint Anthony by Gustave Flaubert (Editions Ambroise Vollard, Paris, 1933-38), 43.9 x 33cm.
Caption: John Minton, 'Tropical Scene," lithograph (1951).
Unlike a photographic print, a lithograph is a copy of an original work created either by the artist himself or by another skilled craftsman.
His 1833 lithograph, The Jewess of Algiers, was a portrait of one of two sisters he used in his Algerian works.
18 affidavit was filed in support of a warrant to seize a Picasso lithograph and an expensive vase Lazarenko is believed to own.
Produced by Milwaukee Lithograph Co., this poster is thought to predate 1890 based on the models featured (Halladay Standard, Halladay Vaneless, U.S.
Originally published in three volumes, from 1837 to 1844, by Mckenney and Hall, the work includes a compilation of lithographs after paintings by Charles Bird king (1785-1862).
A PICASSO lithograph and four other paintings have been stolen from an art collector's home in Marseille.
"Prince Charles paints in his spare time and doesn't produce that many pictures so it's likely this is a lithograph," the Daily Express quoted a spokesperson for the Prince, as saying.
If Americans have a pictorial image of the nineteenth century, it is likely based on one or another lithograph printed and published by the firm of Currier & Ives.