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PRINTING. The art of impressing letters; the art of making books or papers by impressing legible characters.
     2. The right to print is guaranteed by law, and the abuse of the right renders the guilty person liable to punishment. See Libel,; Liberty of the Press; Press.

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The April 1884 issue of Bulletin de la societe francaise de photographic contained an announcement praising the photogravures perfected by Goupil & Cie.
Photogravure is is a process that enables a photographer to drastically modify an image by working with the negative and the copper photogravure plates, selecting different inks, and recropping and retouching it.
L'investissement le plus important fait par L'Action sociale catholique, pour rentabiliser au maximum les services d'impression, de reliure et de photogravure, a ete de demenager toutes ses installations et de modemiser une partie de ses equipements.
layout of the french and english version head tche, - photogravure.
More striking, though, is the photogravure Femme Maison, a design from 1947--In it, a woman has her head covered by a house while her naked body remains exposed--a riff on the notion of the housewife.
The works show a wide variety of printing methods including platinum/palladium, cibachrome, cyanotype, gum bichromate, polaroid image transfers, copper plate photogravure, photopolymer engravings and gelatin silver prints.
For example, a cyanotype made by botanist Anna Atkins while she was studying flora in Ceylon in 1850 was exhibited next to a salt print of the Arch of Titus made the same year by Giacomo Caneva, while an encased daguerreotype portrait of three men from 1850 by an unknown artist stood near a large-format photogravure of Alfred Stieglitz's The Steerage, taken in 1907 but printed in 1912, and a light drawing made by Barbara Morgan in 1940 hung next to a brightly-colored abstract dye-transfer drawing made by Clarence John Laughlin in 1944.
Sherman's Village type on Italian hand-made paper, and illustrated in color and photogravure, will rank with the most noteworthy of his publications as an example of artistic bookmaking" (fig.
The black and white image of the vaulted undercroft of the 1100s Lancercost Priory in Cumbria was taken by Iain Duncan - who uses pre-war vintage cameras, some more than 100 years old - and was created using a photogravure process, which harks back to the earliest days of photography and involves etching.
The exhibit traces the company's history and features some of its original factory drawings, early wood engraving prints, photogravure prints, first-day covers and examples of letterhead stationery that the company printed throughout most of the 20th century.
Excepting the Gandhi Memorials, which were printed by Photogravure in Switzerland on paper without watermark, the rest of the Nasik issues were printed by the Offset and Letterpress processes.
This book will help you spot the difference between a photographic reproduction and an original etching or lithograph and also explains technical terms like silkscreen and photogravure.