Definition of acrography in English:

acrography

noun

historical
  • The art of incising a design onto a surface from which a cast is made, converting the incised lines into a relief design on a metal printing plate.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in London Catalogue Books. From acro- + -graphy, apparently with reference to the image being in relief.

Pronunciation:

acrography

/aˈkrɒɡrəfi/