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Synonyms for tempera

pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk

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Popular in pre-Renaissance times, Egg Tempera paintings gradually declined when oil paintings became popular.
Used for egg tempera painting, the source of the colors includes mineral, plant and insect pigments.
Andrew Wyeth: temperas, watercolors, dry brush, drawings, 1938 to 1966.
Tempera had to miss her scheduled piece of work on Saturday morning due to a high temperature although connections were hopeful of her making the race.
Godolphin's Kentucky Oaks contenders, Tempera and Imperial Gesture, also galloped over a mile and a quarter.
2 quarts water 1/2 cup soap powder 1 cup powder Bentonite 1 pound powdered tempera 3 cups liquid starch 8 teaspoons soap flakes
Mariangela Tempera, Feasting With Centaurs: Titus Andronicus From Stage to Text.
Frankie Dettori almost pulled off a 50-1 shock in the Juvenile Fillies when he led into the final furlong but he was run down by David Flores on Tempera, also carrying the Godolphin colours.
I applied this primitive egg tempera with brushes, palette knives, and my fingers.
All of his most famous works were done in the complicated and time-consuming medium of egg tempera.
For coloring, buy paintbrushes, tempera paints, and paper bowls or cups for the paints.
Following the exhibition and symposium, the 5-feet by 7-feet oil tempera painting will leave the country to be presented to the Vatican art collections.
ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] MATERIALS * Light blue 12" x 18" paper, green tissue paper, brown and green corrugated paper, white 6-inch paper plates * Green, yellow and orange tempera * Glue, stapler, coffee grounds * Pictures of butterflies, birds, small animals [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] For this activity, students observed pictures of actual sunflowers.
Featured works include exquisite tempera on panel paintings by Estella Canziani, prints by Louise Bourgeois and sculpture by Barbara Hepworth.