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fumage

(ˈfjuːmɪdʒ)
n
a tax upon hearthsan artistic technique in which images are created on canvas or paper using smoke from a candle or lamp
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As the grades were being computed, the team from Allilon Education also showcased their latest collection, Fumage. Beautiful models awed the audience with unique hair creations made with precision cutting and creative color which Allilon is famous for.
Veritable pole de developpement socio-economique, ce projet structurant consistera en la construction d'une Halle aux poissons, d'une fabrique de glace, d'une chambre froide, d'un espace de fumage de poisson et un autre pour le stockage et la maintenance, d'une salle polyvalente, d'un dispensaire, d'une creche, outre l'amenagement d'une zone de chargement.
They reveal a knowledge of European experiments that date to Picasso's 1914 "Le Verre d'Absinthe" ("Glass of Absinthe"), a small, painted plaster object done cubist-style, as well as the 1930s surrealist technique of fumage (using soot from burning candles as a brush), and on through Daniel Spoerri's 1950s food assemblages and 1960s Arte Povera (the use of cheap "poverty" materials).
[22.] Amal EA Le fumage du poisson en Cote d'Ivoire: etude du machoiron, fumage traditionnel et essais de four moderne.
Les dessins font voir des gens en action : chasseurs qui marchent, qui agitent les bras, qui lancent des projectiles, qui se defendent des predateurs (no 16), qui combattent l'ours toujours redoute (no 2 et 14), qui s'approchent d'un caribou en sommeil, qui harponnent un animal marin, qui elevent un support pour le fumage du poisson, enfin, qui decoupent la chair consommable (no 7), si dramatiquement attendue.