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A Lithograph is a process of printing an image on paper utilising a metal or stone plate, on which the image area to be reproduced is receptive to ink and the blank or negative areas are repellant. Each colour is inked as a separate "blob" of true colour (as opposed to modern processes where colours are made up of a combination of small dots of primary colours). Paper is then applied and run through the press under light pressure. The resulting original print or lithograph is considered more valuable than those produced by modern offset mass production techniques. Lithographs
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