Definition of Oleograph. Meaning of Oleograph. Synonyms of Oleograph

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Definition of Oleograph

Oleograph
Oleograph O`le*o*graph, n. [L. oleum oil + -graph.] 1. (Chem.) The form or figure assumed by a drop of oil when placed upon water or some other liquid with which it does not mix. 2. (Painting) A picture produced in oils by a process analogous to that of lithographic printing.

Meaning of Oleograph from wikipedia

- Chromolithography is a unique method for making multi-colour prints. This type of colour printing stemmed from the process of lithography, and includes...
- Mhalsa Khandoba and Mhalsa killing demons Mani-Malla — a po****r oleograph, c.1880. Affiliation Form of Mohini or/and Parvati Weapon Trishula Consort...
- the National Museum, Delhi. Oleograph by Raja Ravi Varma: The 19th-century Indian artist Raja Ravi Varma produced an oleograph depicting Vasantasena. Movies:...
- Gopalakrishnan 1000 Oleographs from Raja Ravi Varma Press shown as Slide show All about Raja Ravi Varma of Kilimanoor's life, paintings, oleographs, Digital Library...
- Gavda, Mhalsa-kant ("husband of Mhalsa") and Jejurica Vani. In a po****r oleograph representation of Khandoba, Mhalsa is seated in front of Khandoba on his...
- Oleograph by Raja Ravi Varma depicting a Shiva-centric Panchayatana. A bearded Shiva sits in the centre with his wife Parvati and their infant son Ganesha;...
- "The Last Sleep of the Brave" the Bodies of Coghill and Mevill are found (an Oleograph after Alphonse de Neuville 1881.)...
- Mṛcchakatika (The Little Clay Cart) An oleographic print depicting the female protagonist Vasantasenā, a rich courtesan. Written by Śūdraka Characters...
- described Quo Vadis as "not a work of art", but a "crude factory-made oleograph", while Anton Chekhov called Sienkiewicz's writing "sickeningly cloying...
- Yeats visited Mirebeau to investigate an alleged miracle of a bleeding oleograph that was in the possession of priest Abbé Vachère. Feilding took a blood...
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