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He himself was a lithographer by trade, with a good deal of time and leisure on his hands.

It is known that Daumier, lithographer, and painter of genius, was held in meagre esteem by the academicians.

Their portraits in the rude art of the Berlin lithographer hang on even the walls of the hotels.

The MediterraneanT. G. (Thomas Gray) Bonney, E. A. R. Ball, H. D. Traill, Grant Allen, and Arthur Griffiths

In those days there lived, on the Quai Voltaire, a lithographer of the name of Delpech.

If you wish to mix your own ink, you must try to procure the materials of some plate-printer or lithographer.

A Treatise on EtchingMaxime Lalanne

A plate made up in this manner will meet every requirement of the photo-engraver or lithographer.

She related how her husband, the lithographer, had but just struck off hundreds of thousands of the Pope's pictures.

This is one of the most important tasks that a lithographer has to perform.

Maybe he could be an art director or a lithographer or something.

The "Genius"Theodore Dreiser

The lithographer had only a poor melanotype to copy from, but he succeeded in making an excellent print.

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