Meaning of rayograph in English:

rayograph

noun

  • Man Ray's term for: a type of photographic picture produced without a camera by arranging objects on light-sensitive paper which is then exposed and developed.

    Chiefly used of Man Ray's work but occasionally of similar work by other artists.

Pronunciation

rayograph

/ˈreɪəɡrɑːf/ /ˈreɪəɡraf/

Origin

1930s. From the name of Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky), U.S. artist and photographer + -o- + -graph, after French rayographe.