Oleograph

O`le·o·graph noun [ Latin oleum oil + -graph .] 1. (Chemistry) The form or figure assumed by a drop of oil when placed upon water or some other liquid with which it does not mix. 2. (Painting) A picture produced in oils by a process analogous to that of lit
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oleograph

1. <chemistry> The form or figure assumed by a drop of oil when placed upon water or some other liquid with which it does not mix. ... 2. A picture produced in oils by a process analogous to that of lithographic printing. ... Origin: L. Oleum oil + -graph. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Oleograph

• (n.) The form or figure assumed by a drop of oil when placed upon water or some other liquid with which it does not mix. • (n.) A picture produced in oils by a process analogous to that of lithographic printing.
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oleograph

colour lithograph produced by preparing a separate stone by hand for each colour to be used and printing one colour in register over another. ... [2 related articles]
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oleograph

oleograph 1. A picture printed in oil-colors in imitation of an oil-painting. 2. The art or process of printing pictures in oil-colors, by a method called chromolithography.
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oleograph

print in oil-colours to imitate an oil painting
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