photomural

pho·to·mu·ral

 (fō′tō-myo͝or′əl)
n.
A greatly enlarged photograph or series of photographs placed on a wall especially as decoration.

pho′to·mu′ral·ist n.

photomural

(ˌfəʊtəʊˈmjʊərəl)
n
(Art Terms) a decoration covering all or part of a wall consisting of a single enlarged photograph or a montage
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Abbott & Cordova is mounted as a massive outdoor photomural behind a frame of steel and glass, resembling an oversized, backlit billboard.
In Section, 2014, a pane of frosted glass partially obscured an installation and photomural evoking the threadbare offices of lower-tier Gulf bureaucrats.
In front of the photomural sat a woman with inky black hair, picking her yellow teeth with a black plastic fork.
A striking photomural by Josep Renau, exhibited at the Spanish Pavilion of the 1937 Paris World's Fair, 13 highlights the radical shift in gender perception which occurred during the Spanish Civil War and directly relates to this discussion of Hemingway's depiction of Maria.
Bassinettes, a scale for weighing infants, and a photomural of babies represent a 1920s maternity ward.
Though adamantly opposed to the decorative in 1925, in 1933, at the insistence of the client, he adorned the walls of his recently completed Pavillon Suisse with a photomural and in so doing elicited praise from Andre Breton.
Visiting America, Mikhoels spoke at a Soviet-American friendship rally at the old Polo Grounds, pointing to a large photomural of Stalin and blessing it.
A huge photomural in Hiroshima's Peace Museum features an image of a wristwatch stilled forever by the blast.
The first thing that the visitor sees upon stepping off the elevator into the permanent exhibition is a large photomural of American troops at the Ohrdruf concentration camp.
The photomural just as inexplicably disappeared the next day.
In the Standard Oil Company's Tower to the Sun pavilion--walking from the Plaza del Pacifico past the Foreign Nations Hacienda, stop before the Firestone Singing Fountain and the Palace of Varied Industries--Ansel Adams had installed the photograph Half Dome, Orchard, Winter, Yosemite National Park in a photomural 3-1/3 feet tall and 5 feet wide.
A]s though our train were a pencil Guided by a ruler held against a photomural of the Alps We both come to see distance as something unofficial And impersonal yet not without its curious justification Like the time of a stopped watch--right twice a day.