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Alois Senefelder

Senefelder, Alois (1771–1834), German lithographer. He invented the process of lithography in Munich when he inked and printed some wax crayon marks he had made on a stone slab (c.1796). He published a history of the method in 1818. Senefelder was also a playwright.

See also: Lithography.

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