Examples from the Web for rotogravure
The rotogravure sections of Sunday papers contain many pictures of theatrical folks.The Art of Stage Dancing|Ned Wayburn
Remember those shots you took of the Governor that were printed in the rotogravure section?Whispering Walls|Mildred A. Wirt
A few pictures on the other walls are mostly cheap prints cut out of the rotogravure section of the Sunday paper.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
For your information: Our rotogravure supplement is printed a number of days in advance of the Sunday paper.
All photographs intended for reproduction by the half-tone or the rotogravure process should conform to certain requirements.How To Write Special Feature Articles|Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
British Dictionary definitions for rotogravure
Word Origin for rotogravure
Word Origin and History for rotogravure
1913, from German Rotogravur (originally, in full, Deutsche Tiefdrück Gesellschaft), said to blend two corporate names, Rotophot and Deutsche Photogravur A.G. Etymologically, the roots are Latin rota "wheel, roller" (see rotary) and French gravure "engraving" (see gravure). The process was used for printing photo sections of newspapers and magazines, so that the word came to be used for these.