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single- or multi-color lithography

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Like the chromos and oleographs, the porcelains occupied an emergent liminal space between the sacred and the ex-hibitionary, often displayed in living rooms rather than in domestic shrines--in Indian versions of curiosity cabinets.
Oleograph of interior with children * Oleograph of the Angelus by Millet
Ravi Varma set up his oleograph press in 1894, but lithography arrived in Calcutta and other Indian cities much earlier, sometime shortly after the technique was first established in Germany in 1796.
They derided Varma's and the Calcutta Art Studio's oleographs as kitsch reproductions, in part owing to the loss of the images' cult status.
Baroda based artist Rekha Rodwittiya, whose feminist spirit rings clear in her works, pays a tribute to modern- day oleographs and the female figure sans its hyper- sexual representation in art.
We see a lot of work that are prints made to look like oil paintings – they're called oleographs.
Mukherjee explains: "These oleographs performed the important function of further 'refining' popular taste and producing newer orders of religious and social iconography that paved the way for a new kind of popular art, the kind which we can now see in film posters, hoardings and calendars of the twentieth century" (119).
My involvement with Northumbria in Bloom and Slaley village agricultural show takes some time and I have a small mail-order business, selling oleographs.
Examples cited span Mughal court art to Raja Ravi Varma's oleographs.
A mercantile mansion in Rajasthan displays framed pictures of scantily dressed European women, construed as Indianized white women, casting seductive glances, amidst religious oleographs of Hindu mythological heroines.
A well- known collector of popular old advertisements, calendars, cinema posters, lobby cards and booklets, Paul says, " I have been collecting oleographs from calendar art and advertising materials for some years, when a dealer came to me with hundreds of lobby cards and posters of old Bollywood films.
These glossy prints, chromolithographs and oleographs, with their preferred brand of realism displaced the earlier popular prints and completely transformed the market.
Several of Raja Ravi Varma's paintings and oleographs and those of his contemporaries were reproduced for use on matchboxes.