Definitions for "Chromolithograph"
A picture printed in tints and colors by repeated impressions from a series of stones prepared by the lithographic process.
A type of colour printing
A color lithograph, specifically those of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, e.g., Louis Prang. Modern colored lithographs are usually catalogued as "Printed in colors." In lithographs, each color requires a separate stone or plate.
a photo-mechanical process that reproduces thousands of copies of an image for a relatively small cost. Chromolithographs replaced hand painted tin retablos.