seriograph

se·ri·o·graph

(sē'rē-ō-graf),
An instrument for making a series of radiographs; used, for example, in cerebral angiography; an obsolete term for rapid film changer.
[series + G. graphō, to write]
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A retrospective of the work of well-known Canadian artist Christopher Pratt, this book is designed to showcase the artist's paintings and seriographs but has a limited text by an experienced writer and art scholar.
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