stereochromy


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ster·e·o·chro·my

 (stĕr′ē-ə-krō′mē, stîr′-)
n. pl. ster·e·o·chro·mies
The art or process of mural painting with pigments mixed with water glass.

ster′e·o·chrome′ n.
ster′e·o·chro′mic adj.

stereochromy

(ˈstɛrɪəˌkrəʊmɪ; ˈstɪər-)
n
(Art Terms) a method of wall painting in which water glass is used either as a painting medium or as a final fixative coat
[C19: via German Stereochromie, from stereo- + Greek khrōma colour]

stereochromy

the process of making stereochromes, pictures produced with water glass as a vehicle or preservative coating. Also called waterglass painting. — stereochromic, stereochromatic adj.
See also: Art
Translations
stéréochromie
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