Definition of chromolithographic in English:

chromolithographic

adjective

historical
  • See chromolithograph

    • ‘This is an important collection of all known varieties of apples grown in Herefordshire with excellent chromolithographic plates to illustrate many of the varieties.’
    • ‘Perhaps the necessary simplifications enforced by the chromolithographic and colouring processes caused this loss.’
    • ‘Eventually Prang issued about 800 chromolithographs of this sort, establishing an oeuvre unmatched by any other American chromolithographic publisher.’
    • ‘In this Edition, Julius Bien produced some of the finest examples of large-scale chromolithographic art of the mid 19th century.’
    • ‘In the chromolithographic labels which we will call ‘chromos’, the mastery of both the typographer and the artist is absolutely evident.’

Pronunciation

chromolithographic

/krəʊməʊlɪθəˈɡrafɪk/