[ US /ˈfɹɛskoʊ/ ]
[ UK /fɹˈɛskə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a durable method of painting on a wall by using watercolors on wet plaster
  2. a mural done with watercolors on wet plaster
  1. paint onto wet plaster on a wall
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How To Use fresco In A Sentence

  • In 1537 it was ceded to Angelo Massimi, who commissioned Perino del Vaga to paint frescoes on each of the lateral walls and on the pilasters on either side of the entrance.
  • Robert Dossie described three categories of watercolor painting — miniature, the most delicate; distemper, which is coarser, uses less expensive colors in a glue or casein binder, and is appropriate for canvas hangings, ceilings, and other interior decorative painting purposes; and fresco. reference As a technique practiced by the Romans, fresco painting was a subject of particularly interest in the antiquity-obsessed eighteenth-century. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Most of the frescoes on the ceiling are gone, but there are ornate chandeliers.
  • La abundancia agrícola de California nos entrega los ingredientes más frescos cosechados localmente para que nuestros Dia de Accion de Gracias sea verdaderamente delicioso.
  • By conflating the stories in this way the fresco underscores the identity of the unnamed sinner with Mary Magdalen.
  • So grab your sunglasses and dine al fresco this weekend! The Sun
  • Surviving panels by him include parts of a Passion polyptych, recalling his frescoes in S. Francesco, Assisi.
  • This kind of salad is perfect for alfresco meals and picnics. Times, Sunday Times
  • The one clue comes from frescoes and vases that depict griffins protecting a seated Goddess.
  • Beard is shown restored mosaics and frescoes, and taken inside store rooms packed with artefacts. Times, Sunday Times
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