wall painting


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Noun1.wall painting - a painting that is applied to a wall surfacewall painting - a painting that is applied to a wall surface
fresco - a mural done with watercolors on wet plaster
painting, picture - graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface; "a small painting by Picasso"; "he bought the painting as an investment"; "his pictures hang in the Louvre"
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Tenders are invited for Wall painting along National Highway, Railway Routes, State Highway, other places in Nagaur SSA.
Archaeologists have discovered an inscription, which may explain the content of the wall painting, found during excavations of the temple of the ancient city Kazakl'i-yatkan, reports Uzbekistan Today.
It was in this area that du Mesnil du Buisson found several fragments of wall painting.
2013 * Curated by Friedrich Meschede * STAATLICHE KUNSTHALLE BADEN-BADEN * July 20-October 27 * Curated by Johan Holten * The Lascaux caves prove wall painting to be civilization's most durable art form.
It's an idea I've been thinking about for a long time - a wall painting that contains different styles and different artists.
One of the most important discoveries is the wall painting of St George and the Dragon, thought to be the largest known painting in Wales to portray the legend, and possibly the largest and best preserved in Britain.
The wall painting, Time Curve, created by the world-renowned artist Odili Donald Odita covers approximately 100 square meters of the Panorama space of Kiasma.
The systematic study of medieval wall painting often is hindered by the historical loss of paintings, which certainly has been the case in England and Wales.
Considering an entire wall painting was devoted to the subject of the queen at play, it would stand to reason that an actual senet board was placed in her tomb at the time of her burial, over 3,200 years ago.
Abridged from the grander (and more expensive) 2004 Domus; wall painting in the Roman house, this lovely, oversized volume (8.
Stunningly illustrated with full-color photography throughout of priceless Egyptian relics and artworks, Egyptian Wall Painting is exhaustively detailed and comprehensive in its minute analysis of everything history and archaeology have to say about the creation, materials, history, and societal role of these breathtaking ancient works.
During the second millennium BC, the so-called palace culture of Crete hosted a prominent civilisation (the Minoan) which had contacts and exchanges with Egypt and the Levant, and produced exquisite examples of architecture, sculpture, engraving, precious metal-working--and wall painting (Mass & Horst 2000; Sapouna Sakellarakis 1994).