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The discussion progresses to chromolithographs that were also hand-painted or designed to imitate other media and techniques; papers textured to imitate canvas for more convincing reproductions of paintings; crystograph transparencies (Victorian window decals for 'stained glass'); and even tableware decorated with chromolithographed transfers.
As Congress debated what would become the Chinese Exclusion Act a month later, the Wasp published a two-page chromolithograph entitled The Burning Question, one of a series of cartoons supporting the case for immigration restriction.
Together with The Trouvelot Astronomical Drawing Manual (1882), a set of fifteen chromolithographs (965x705mm) then sold for $125(
He subsequently began framing and selling pictures and chromolithographs printed in Germany from a wheelbarrow in the streets of London.
These glossy prints, chromolithographs and oleographs, with their preferred brand of realism displaced the earlier popular prints and completely transformed the market.
22) For example through Nicholas Chevalier's 1866 paintings of Lake Wellington for a portfolio of chromolithographs of Gippsland scenery: The State Library's 1866 'Lake Wellington, Gippsland' shows a tranquil lake with a small boat drawn up at the water's edge and a small bundle on the shore; and see Joan Kerr, (ed.
Like the skulls, the chromolithographs of saints, the plastic baby dolls, and the African-looking "packets" containing spells that adorn a Vodou altar, the religion evolved from the beliefs and practices of African slaves who were ripped from their lands and families and confronted with the horrors in the "New World.
They appear in their Catholic guises: Ezili Freda as Our Lady of Lourdes in the niche and in chromolithographs as Mater Dolorosa, her heart pierced with knives; and Ogou, as Sen Jak Maje (or St.
Starting with hand-painted colored pictures on strips of glass, by mid-century the slides were produced on 3 1/4-inch glass squares, using photographs (often hand-colored), chromolithographs, or transfers.
In vodou, to put it briefly, once they reach American soil, the old African gods translate into Haitian lwa (a Dahomean word meaning "spirit," "god," or "image), just as the Catholic saints, once they appear on temple walls or chromolithographs, are Haitianized, merging in worship with the lwa.
Rolando Garita's chromolithographs are extraordinarily pliable, creating a synthesis of design and expression that suggests an almost abstract contrast with unusual and provocative planes.
83) To their promoters, these were art forms comparable to paintings or the chromolithographs on which they were sometimes based.
Colour lithographs, also known in the 19th century as chromolithographs, use stone for the printing surface, and by this date generate the image through stippling, which here creates quite a soft effect.
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