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stuc·co·work

 (stŭk′ō-wûrk′)
n.
Ornamental work or moldings or a finish done in stucco.

stuc′co·work′er n.
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stuc•co•work

(ˈstʌk oʊˌwɜrk)

n.
moldings, decorative work, or a finish made of stucco.
[1680–90]
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Chapters address the activities of the individual trades (after discussion of organizational patterns and building contracts): carpentry, joinery, the timber trade, wall construction, brickwork, stone, roofing, the glazier and window patterns, plastering and stuccowork, and painting.
Continuing to pursue this project, he has nonetheless created an exhibition that activates unforeseen and unthinkable resonances between his painting and the context in which it appears: not only the Palazzo but the city of Venice itself, evoking Venetian stuccowork and the velvet fabrics of Mariano Fortuny.
Daylight pours in through a triple row of windows, illuminating the intricate stuccowork and golden ornamentation.