The president staged a diplomatic coup when he gave David Cameron an Ed Ruscha lithograph, worth an estimated $7,000.
In his early 30s, he bought his first investment piece from a local gallery: a large Marc Chagall lithograph.
They passed his last Mauve, that remarkable study of a 'Hay-cart going Home,' as if it were a lithograph.
A lithograph is something different from any other production of a picture or of any pictorial illustration.
His portrait, a lithograph by Rothenstein, hangs over my mantlepiece among portraits of other friends.
It is not fair to the picture to try repainting it in words, for words reduce it to a lithograph.
I think that I am warranted, in view of that late decision, in asking the committee to interpolate that word "lithograph."
It is a lithograph in one colour, and measures fifty by fifty-two inches.
The lithograph thus prepared is given to the printer, who first etches it, in the manner originally practised by M. Senefelder.
He can't be turned out by machinery like a chromo or a lithograph.