pochoir


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pochoir

(ˈpɒʃwɑː)
n
(Art Terms) a print made from stencils
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Parallelement, l'artiste est en train de confectionner une longue banderole sur les peintures rupestres en utilisant la technique du pochoir.
Most works were replicated with elaborate means involving collotype printing and pochoir coloring.
Barbier was an illustrator par excellence, most notably for Journaldes dames et des modes and Gazette du Bon Ton, two new and exclusive fashion magazines richly illustrated with coloured fashion plates using the colour stencilling technique known as pochoir.
Imprimees a partir de plaques de bois puis coloriees a la main ou au pochoir, les cartes du Tarot de Venise (ou Tarot piemontais) datant de la fin du XVIIe et de la premiere moitie du XVIIIe siecle portent des titres francais qui attestent d'un va-et-vient d'influences mutuelles entre l'Italie et la France (15).
The exhibition features her 1946 oil painting, "Rythme Colore," as well as gouaches, illustrated poems and pochoir prints.
The last two are versions of Banksy's trademark rat, an homage to pochoir pioneer Blek le Rat, a fit symbol for an urban vandal, and--accidentally but neatly--an anagram of art (as Banksy has admitted, he had to pretend he knew that last one all along).
Nijinsky and Rubinstein's dance was immortalized in George Barbier's pochoir plates (stencils) included in his series of Designs on the Dances of Vaslav Nijinsky (translated from the French by C.
Utrillo's original gouaches were minutely and accurately reproduced by the pochoir process, which involved detailed hand colouring through stencils.