Definition of serigraph in English:


Pronunciation /ˈserəɡraf/ /ˈsɛrəɡræf/


North American
  • A printed design produced by means of a silkscreen.

    ‘He offers images of life on the seashore as original paintings, serigraphs, giclée prints and graphics.’
    • ‘The galleries feature original oils, watercolors, limited-edition serigraphs, lithographs and sculpture.’
    • ‘Hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of attendees weaved through aisles featuring mouldings, equipment, posters, serigraphs, lithographs, original art and more.’
    • ‘This new volume celebrates 10 more years of limited-edition serigraphs that were printed and published from the original artwork of Eyvind Earle.’
    • ‘For sale on the site are originals and limited-edition serigraphs, lithographs and sculpture.’
    • ‘The quality of prints produced, only original serigraphs or lithographs, stands out in the industry to provide collectors with true works of art.’
    • ‘Burr's black-and-white serigraphs and oil paintings of tap, swing and formal dance are popular.’
    • ‘The company deals in originals, oils, acrylics, watercolors and serigraphs.’
    • ‘I later spoke to the gallery director and asked him, on average, how many of his clients really understood what a fine art print really is and the differences between serigraphs, lithographs and giclées.’
    • ‘The company will offer flue-art multiple works, including serigraphs, etchings, hand-pulled lithographs and foundry bronzes, as well as original works on canvas and paper.’
    • ‘The gallery, which is located in the New York metro area, played host to its own Dali show this past summer and exhibited a selection of lithographs, serigraphs and sculptures by the artist.’
    • ‘Not only are her paintings immensely popular, selling for at least $100,000, but she also creates serigraphs, stone lithographs, and limited-edition prints.’
    • ‘Also on display will be oils, watercolors, serigraphs and books, including the new release, ‘Three Oaks,’ one of Earle's favorites.’
    • ‘Published mediums include, but are not limited to, serigraphs, lithographs, monoprints and various etchings.’
    • ‘The gallery offers a variety of fine art prints from its collection of hand-screened, limited-edition serigraphs and digital reproductions.’
    • ‘Park West presents works such as limited-edition serigraphs and lithographs by master, noted and emerging artists.’
    • ‘Instead, she looks forward to many more years of work, in which she will create more collages in addition to her paintings and serigraphs.’
    • ‘Original serigraphs published by Fortune are created by hand and require three to five months to produce under the direction of skilled artists and artisans.’
    • ‘Her originals and serigraphs are available on an exclusive basis.’
    • ‘In the past, when we published serigraphs, the edition sizes would be in the 400 range.’


Late 19th century formed irregularly from Latin sericum ‘silk’+ -graph.