polychrome


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Synonyms for polychrome

Synonyms for polychrome

a piece of work composed of or decorated in many colors

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having or exhibiting many colors

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De Backker, from Hoogstraten, offers a 15th-century reliquary from Nuremberg, complete with tower and turrets in gilded copper, and a startling polychrome pine sculpture of the Madonna Enthroned with Child (c.
Monochrome and polychrome digital printing, - Composition, printing and binding of written documents - Making and printing of files - Various forms, - Miscellaneous supplies for the preparation of files and documents - Routing of documents.
In the main, three sizes of polychrome lids were produced (approx 3in, 4in and 5in diameters) with the moulded shape varying only slightly.
3198 Hopi Polychrome Carved Wood Katsina, Shalako Mana, ht.
Polychrome master Takegoshi Jun (b 1948) creates geometric standing forms with raised, vivid, animated images including sparrows, herons, ibis and peonies, using an unrivalled broad range of self-created polychrome under- and over-glazes.
Approximately 15 meters from the entrance to the Altamira cave is one of the most mysterious and breathtaking works of art ever created: the Polychrome Ceiling.
The topics include practice theory and social dynamics among prehispanic and colonial communities in the American southwest, polychrome pottery of the Hopi mesas, ceramic trade at Pottery Mound Pueblo and Montana Bridge Pueblo in New Mexico, multiple approaches to understanding Rio Grande glaze paint technology, and tracing the impact of early Spanish colonial mining on Puebloan pigment and glaze paint production.
THIS is a 19th-century "Sevres" porcelain oval fruit bowl with polychrome floral panels, surrounded by gilt foliate scrolling on turquoise ground, with twin foliate scroll handles and four pierced foliate scroll feet.
Kodak entered into a joint venture with Sun Chemical in 1998 to form Kodak Polychrome Graphics, and in 2005 that venture became a wholly owned Kodak subsidiary.
Barr has more than 45 years of industry experience, including senior management roles in Sun Chemical and Courtaulds plc, and has also served as chairman and CEO of Sun Chemical Group BV, and as chairman of Kodak Polychrome Graphics.
A time of cultural and political fervor, Spain was experiencing the evolution of a naturalistic style of painting that showcased detail and space in court portraiture, still life, religious themes, and the development of polychrome sculpture.
Experts say small levels of the chemical, also called Polychrome Gold Star Plus, are found in everyday products such as paint, ink, general purpose cleaners, disinfectants and room sprays.
has launched two new metallic graphic films: Polychrome Argent and Polychrome Satin low-glare finishes.
The polychrome ceramic bust of Dinah was displayed high above the works, which in their heyday employed 2,000 people.
Items included an 18th Century Italian polychrome majolica waisted albarello (lot 67) which sold for pounds 4,100 against an estimate of pounds 120.