A serigraph is a silk screened print produced from an original work. Serigraphs are useful in adding some accuracy in reproduction from woodcut ("stamp") created prints, as details can be added more crisply, layer by layer as they were originally, rather than the whole image in one shot.

Ser`i*graph (?), n. [L. sericum silk + E. -graph.]

An autographic device to test the strength of raw silk.


© Webster 1913

Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors.