Definition of chromolithographer in English:

chromolithographer

noun

historical
  • See chromolithograph

    • ‘The color plates reflect the artistry of Louis Prang of Boston, the leading chromolithographer of the period.’
    • ‘Requiring multiple runs through the press, these books combine the art of the chromolithographer and the skill of the draftsman.’
    • ‘A Bavarian whose publishing firm was headquartered in Nuremburg, Nister applied the technical skills of the German chromolithographers to the romantic, late-Victorian images demanded by the British and American Markets.’
    • ‘American chromolithographers tended to specialize in either views of their own cities or in sentimental depictions.’
    • ‘Every change of position flashes to view these diminutive birds' metallic coloring making the hummingbird an ideal subject for the chromolithographer and label collector.’

Pronunciation

chromolithographer

/krəʊməʊlɪˈθɒɡrəfə/