I have an apple lithograph made by hc Benson 1901, do you have the same one??? I cannot find anything on the internet. Bonnie
Price for a lithography of Salvador Dali?
Lithograph is a picture made using metal or stone surfaces. Petroglyph isnt a word...did you misspell it, perhaps?
A lithograph is a printed image produced by lithography.
They are made of waxed paper with color lithograph ink on one side.
The lithograph painting was very obscure
He made over 400 lithographs. He did not invent this technique.
Jenny saw a lithograph machine at the museum.
Jenny saw a lithograph machine at the museum.
ENGRAVEMENT : the engraving on incised stone carving, or lithograph made from incised metal plates
A lithograph is a print too, produced from the lithography process and a metal plate. It is the only process to produce prints, so there are no non-lithograph prints to compare lithographs with. Some prints were made from engraved templates centuries ago, and this method is still used for stamps, but nor for prints anymore.
The exact value of a Robert Motherwell lithograph is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the age and condition of the lithograph.
it can be very valubale depending on the artist and the amound of prints that have been made but on average its not something you whil get rish from.
Waterfall is a lithograph produced in 1961. He was living in Holland at the time.
-1. Trees, ink (1920) -1. St. Bavo's, Haarlem, ink (1920) -1. Flor de Pascua (The Easter Flower), woodcut/book illustrations (1921) -1. Eight Heads, woodcut (1922) -1. Dolphins also known as Dolphins in Phosphorescent Sea, woodcut (1923) -1. Tower of Babel, woodcut (1928) -1. Street in Scanno, Abruzzi, lithograph (1930) -1. Castrovalva, lithograph (1930) -1. The Bridge, lithograph (1930) -1. Palizzi, Calabria, woodcut (1930) -1. Pentedattilo, Calabria, lithograph (1930) -1. Atrani, Coast of Amalfi, lithograph (1931) -1. Ravello and the Coast of Amalfi, lithograph (1931) -1. Covered Alley in Atrani, Coast of Amalfi, wood engraving (1931) -1. Phosphorescent Sea, lithograph (1933) -1. Still Life with Spherical Mirror, lithograph (1934) -1. Hand with Reflecting Sphere also known as Self-Portrait in Spherical Mirror, lithograph (1935) -1. Inside St. Peter's, wood engraving (1935) -1. Portrait of G.A. Escher, lithograph (1935) -1. "Hell", lithograph, (copied from a painting by Hieronymus Bosch) (1935) -1. Regular Division of the Plane, series of drawings that continued until the 1960's (1936) -1. Still Life and Street (His first impossible reality), woodcut (1937) -1. Metamorphosis I, woodcut (1937) -1. Day and Night, woodcut (1938) -1. Cycle, lithograph (1938) -1. Sky and Water I, woodcut (1938) -1. Sky and Water II, lithograph (1938) -1. Metamorphosis II, woodcut (1939-1940) -1. Verbum (Earth, Sky and Water), lithograph (1942) -1. Reptiles, lithograph (1943) -1. Ant, lithograph (1943) -1. Encounter, lithograph (1944) -1. Doric Columns, wood engraving (1945) -1. Three Spheres I, wood engraving (1945) -1. Magic Mirror, lithograph (1946) -1. Three Spheres II, lithograph (1946) -1. Another World Mezzotint also known as Other World Gallery, mezzotint (1946) -1. Eye, mezzotint (1946) -1. Another World also known as Other World, wood engraving and woodcut (1947) -1. Crystal, mezzotint (1947) -1. Up and Down also known as High and Low, lithograph (1947) -1. Drawing Hands, lithograph (1948) -1. Dewdrop, mezzotint (1948) -1. Stars, wood engraving (1948) -1. Double Planetoid, wood engraving (1949) -1. Order and Chaos (Contrast), lithograph (1950) -1. Rippled Surface, woodcut and linoleum cut (1950) -1. Curl-up, lithograph (1951) -1. House of Stairs, lithograph (1951) -1. House of Stairs II, lithograph (1951) -1. Puddle, woodcut (1952) -1. Gravitation, (1952) -1. Dragon, woodcut lithograph and watercolor (1952) -1. Cubic Space Division, lithograph (1952) -1. Relativity, lithograph (1953) -1. Tetrahedral Planetoid, woodcut (1954) -1. Compass Rose (Order and Chaos II), lithograph (1955) -1. Convex and Concave, lithograph (1955) -1. Three Worlds, lithograph (1955) -1. Print Gallery, lithograph (1956) -1. Mosaic II, lithograph (1957) -1. Cube with Magic Ribbons, lithograph (1957) -1. Belvedere, lithograph (1958) -1. Sphere Spirals, woodcut (1958) -1. Ascending and Descending, lithograph (1960) -1. Waterfall, lithograph (1961) -1. Möbius Strip II (Red Ants) woodcut (1963) -1. Knot, pencil and crayon (1966) -1. Metamorphosis III, woodcut (1967-1968) 1. Snakes, woodcut I'm not sure how many there are, but here they are! Another answer:M.C. Escher, during his lifetime, made 448 lithographs, woodcuts and wood engravings and over 2000 drawings and sketches.About 20 or something
The exact value of a Charles Sheeler original signed lithograph is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the lithograph.
I have a lithograph from the Fubber movie, the Little Mermaid, Toy Story, and Tarzan. All from the Disney store. I was wondering what there are worth.
what is a ted blaylock lithograph with a minted 24kt medallion worth
The Big Red Machine Willard Mullin Lithograph is worth about $50. - $75. in excellent -near/mint condition. This unsigned 22" x 28" limited edition lithograph was restricted to only 3,000 printed. In a 2006 auction a Willard Mullin "The Big Red Machine" Lithograph sold for $42.00
It was a lithograph made in 1956. I want to know who the character are or who they are supposed to represent?