Chromolithography - Chromolithograph


Chromolithography is a color printing technique that involves using multiple lithographic stones or plates to create vibrant and detailed color images. Each stone or plate is prepared with a separate color ink, and they are carefully aligned and printed one after another to achieve the final full-color composition. This method was widely used in the 19th century to produce colorful prints, posters, advertisements, and even decorative art. Chromolithography allowed for mass production of visually appealing artworks and played a significant role in making art more accessible to a broader audience.