Secco painting

Related to Secco painting: buon fresco
painting on dry plaster, as distinguished from fresco painting, which is on wet or fresh plaster.

See also: Secco

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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American artist Steve Bogdanoff is known for his distinct interpretive fresco secco paintings. Influenced by ancient Greek art among others, Bogdanoff replicates in the fresco form scenes depicted in myriad wall murals, friezes, reliefs, and statues starting with the Greek Bronze Age through the end of the Renaissance.
Their vaulting and walls are richly decorated with mostly didactic al secco paintings which contain a wealth of motifs.
In addition to the al secco paintings on the plastered walls and vaulting of the churches, several panels and carved figures on triptychs, sculptures, and sculptural groups in the round, stone reliefs, wrought ironwork on one door, one piece of embroidery and one rune stone are also included.