artwork

[ahrt-wurk]
noun
1.
Printing.
a.
the elements that constitute a mechanical, as type, proofs, and illustrations.
b.
a mechanical; paste-up.
2.
the production of artistic or craft objects.
3.
the object so produced.

Origin:
1875–80; art1 + work

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artwork (ˈɑːtˌwɜːk)
 
n
all the original nontextual matter in a publication, esp the illustrations

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artwork
1877, from art + work.
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Example sentences
It has all the basic functions for creating logos, fliers, or any other
  original artwork you need.
Join the group for a discussion about the artwork on display, then grab some
  alone time to sketch whatever inspires you.
Statues, artwork and even sections of the temples themselves have been
  vandalized or stolen.
The paint may have been used for body adornment or for long-gone artwork.
Images for artwork
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