Definition of Heliogravure. Meaning of Heliogravure. Synonyms of Heliogravure

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Definition of Heliogravure

Heliogravure
Heliogravure He`li*o*grav"ure, n. A plate or picture made by the process of heliogravure.

Meaning of Heliogravure from wikipedia

- magazines, and packaging. In France the correct term for photogravure is héliogravure, while the French term photogravure refers to any photo-based etching...
- Verlaine, Parallelism (ca. 1896) heliogravure (33.5 × 21.2 mm) The Art Institute of Chicago Parisian Masks (no date) heliogravure (29.2 x 17.2 cm) Michael C...
- Emil du Bois-Reymond, (1818–1896), promulgator of the maxim ignoramus et ignorabimus. (Heliogravure of a painting by Max Koner....
- with pastel on paper. Reproductions of the work (soft-ground etchings, heliogravures and aquatints, sometimes colored) are also present in other museum collections...
- héliogr., found on old reproductions, may stand for the French word héliogravure, and can then refer to any form of photogravure. "The First Photograph...
- in 1839 in return for disclosing the technical details of Nicép****'s heliogravure process. A cousin, Claude Félix Abel Niépce de Saint-Victor (1805–1870)...
- Ernst Abbe (Heliogravure Emil Tesch)...
- Pyramids of Ghizeh. 1893. Egypt; heliogravures after original views. Wilbour Library of Egyptology. Brooklyn Museum...
- m****cripts then known, and was the only one illustrated, with four plates in heliogravure. However the m****cript was called the "Grandes Heures du duc de Berry"...
- made in 1825 by Nicep**** Niepce, who invented a technique known as heliogravure. Farid, Hany. "Photo Tampering Throughout History" (PDF). Archived from...
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