Definition of museographic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmyo͞ozēəˈɡrafik/


See museography

‘His very ambition, in that context, implied a critique of the revolutionary museographic innovations of the first curators at the Louvre in the mid 1790s.’
  • ‘Other literary sources, while providing information about musical matters, tend to be technical, antiquarian, or museographic rather than historical.’