A great historian may see nothing to choose, in the way of beauty, between a fine etching and a chromo.
These two awful inventions are to music what the chromo is to painting.
A chromo, "Fast Asleep," framed in heavy black walnut, hung close to the ceiling.
He can't be turned out by machinery like a chromo or a lithograph.
The chromo portraits of the Pontiff had simply forced him out of business.
Im going to give the residents of the valley a chromo each for the manner in which we have been entertained by them!
There were a lot of mushroom millionaires who couldn't tell a chromo from a Gérôme.
There was long and thoughtful discussion of this point; and we finally decided to send him a chromo.
I could not appear anywhere on the street without some rural stranger stopping me to shake hands and purchase a chromo.
I had larkspur last year—you remember—and it looked like a chromo in a railroad folder.
chromo- or chrom-