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He took an interest in chromolithographs and began collecting books as an adult.
(9) Korbel's initial foray into publishing did not feature, however, the colorful, biting wit or the full-color chromolithographs that would come to define the weekly in its prime.
General Idea altered Duchamp's own alterations of a found chromolithograph landscape, 'Pharmacie' (1914), inserting three hovering red, green and blue capsule forms and retitled it 'Infe(c)ted Phannacie.' "
A collection of teapots and implements, depicting black faces in a stereotypical fashion, is estimated at $250 to $300; and a set of seven chromolithograph cards called "Down in Dixie" features watermelon-eating themes.
"Decades before the familiar, chromolithograph posters by Mucha and Toulouse-Lautrec, the same atelier publishers of these prints, such as the Lemercier publishers in Paris, Mucha's publisher, printed editions of chromolithograph art."
Less successful, indeed almost tragi-comic, was the attempt by Nicholas II and a committee run by Sergei Sheremetev to protect the old ascetic craft of icon painting from perfunctory imitations and from mass-produced chromolithograph or tintype icons churned out in (horror of horrors) foreign-owned factories.
"Among my favorites are the unique 1865 photograph of the Brooklyn Atlantics, national champions: the earliest existing dated baseball card; the gorgeous, rare chromolithograph of the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, the nation's first professional team; an early full-color tobacco card featuring flamboyant superstar Mike 'King' Kelly of the Boston Beaneaters; a news service photo depicting Babe Ruth knocked unconscious in the outfield--minutes later he recovered and played out a doubleheader; a photograph of Myrtle Rowe, who starred for a semiprofessional men's team; decorative telegrams to Jackie Robinson expressing support from fans; and a Look magazine photo of the Dominican Republic's star hurler Juan Marichars outsized smile lighting up the world."
Among gems found at the Oxfam stores include a 1857 chromolithograph Parisian book worth pounds 3,438.
First, the chromolithograph by Robert Carrick used by the Clark in its analysis and restoration of Rockets and Blue Lights was indeed the well-known impression showing two boats.
Two of William Henry Jackson's views of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee--one a large panoramic hand-colored albumen print created in 1890 as a fine art object, the other a small vibrantly colored chromolithograph printed in 1902 as a tourist souvenir--suggested the ways in which the same photograph could be manipulated to reach different audiences.
It comprises just a marble bust of Tennyson; a plaster statuette, Love, a modest number of photographs; a chromolithograph; and a couple of volumes of Victorian periodicals.
This Rada loa is associated with the Catholic Virgin Mary and most of the flags sewn in her honor employ a chromolithograph of the Mater Dolorosa, the sorrowful Madonna whose image is common throughout the Latin American world.
Mr Daley's attempt to correct me over the number of stage proofs there were to Robert Carrick's chromolithograph of Turner's Rockets and Blue Lights is redundant, given that I had already stated there are fourteen of these in the very first footnote to my original article ('A Turner Resurrected', APOLLO, May 2005).
In 1876, a variation on the same image was published by Louis Prang as a chromolithograph in one of the most remarkable printing efforts of the 19th century.
This idealized vision of a farm scene is from a chromolithograph advertising sign dating to the early 1900s.