verb (used with object)
Origin of lithograph
Examples from the Web for lithograph
In his early 30s, he bought his first investment piece from a local gallery: a large Marc Chagall lithograph.
The president staged a diplomatic coup when he gave David Cameron an Ed Ruscha lithograph, worth an estimated $7,000.
Even Whistler failed and never printed more than one or two proofs of the lithograph for which Henley sat.Nights|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Each number contains nearly 100 selections by Mrs. Anna Randall-Diehl, and bound in 4-color lithograph cover.Golden Days for Boys and Girls|Various
"The man from the lithograph company, sir," announced the boy.The Octopus|Frank Norris
His reason for rejecting the etching in colour is as simple and rational as his reason for making the lithograph in colour.The Life of James McNeill Whistler|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Poor Mr. Rothenstein was much worried over his lithograph, yet "it was all right on the night," as actors say.The Story of My Life|Ellen Terry
1828, back-formation from lithography. As a verb, from 1825. Related: Lithographed; lithographer; lithographic.