Chalk drawing

(Fine Arts) a drawing made with crayons. See Crayon.
- Lowell.

See also: Chalk

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The red chalk drawing of the Madonna and Child detailed the cause of death and the date the artist died in Venice - which was all information that had never been discovered.
Unusually, the story is narrated in the first person by a chalk drawing. Best of all for the Chalk Boy, he has all the positive human attributes of thinking, seeing, hearing, running and, most importantly, feeling.
Features will include a chalk drawing area, freerunning and parkour facilities, a graffiti wall and a skate park.
In one Mactaggart & Mickel housing development, the humble chalk drawing is viewed not an attraction, but a scourge to be wiped clean.
It made evident, for example, that the outstretched hands in a black chalk drawing from the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen are connected not, as the label stated, to the God of the Creation of Adam, but to the sons who mock Noah several frames away (Figs.
For almost 250 years, a chalk drawing of a dog was labeled as the work of Johann Melchior Roos.
Chalk drawing is hardly a new art form, dating back at least to the Paleolithic era, also known as the Old Stone Age, which ended about 12,000 years ago.
An expressive chalk drawing of a Deluge (c.1517-18), with twisting winds and torrential water overwhelming a landscape will also be on show.
He says he even completed the ink and chalk drawing upside-down to make it more authentic, because da Vinci was left-handed.
She also organized a competition among children with disabilities on chalk drawing on the ground.
For example, a red chalk drawing from the 1500s, believed to be a self-portrait, is at risk of vanishing.