During his life he was able to do almost equally well at painting, lithography and sculpture.
Thus my residence in London was not unimportant for lithography.
James Duffield Harding, like Prout, from whom he received some lessons, also excelled in lithography.
I will, however, recount the best that has been done so far for lithography.
lithography is much used for the reproduction of coloured pictures and illustrations, the process being termed chromolithography.
The lithography is perfect—you must not despond at the failure of one proof-impression.
Several strengths of printing-varnish are needed for the various methods of lithography.
Also in this year Whistler was very preoccupied with the art of lithography.
All these qualities combined are not to be found in any press hitherto applied to lithography.
lithography was invented in 1798 by Alois Senefelder, of Munich.
1813, from German Lithographie (c.1804), coined from Greek lithos "stone" (see litho-) + graphein "to write" (see -graphy). The original printing surfaces were of stone. Process invented 1796 by Alois Senefelder of Munich (1771-1833). Hence, lithograph "a lithographic print," a back-formation first attested 1828. Earlier senses, now obsolete, were "description of stones or rocks" (1708) and "art of engraving on precious stones" (1730).