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What is the difference between a lithograph and a serigraph?

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The difference between a lithograph and a serigraph is
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I think it all depends on who the artist is and the current value of their work. As you probably know a serigraph is basically a silkscreen print, whereas a lithograph is an etched
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If the print is pencil signed and numbered in the margin outside the image, it is most likely a serigraph. If there is a signature within the image AND a pencil signature, this is
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Taken from www.mgcpuzzles.com/mgcpuzzles/artgallery/ Jane_Wooster_Scott/ There is an entirely different process used in making each type of image. A lithograph is a very high quality
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The way to tell if a piece of art is a lithograph or a serigraph is in the quality of the painting. Serigraphs are created by hand and have unique features. Standing ...
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