watercolor

[ US /ˈwɔtɝˌkəɫɝ/ ]
VERB
  1. paint with watercolors
NOUN
  1. water-soluble pigment
  2. a water-base paint (with water-soluble pigments); used by artists
  3. a painting produced with watercolors
  4. the art or technique of painting with watercolors
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How To Use watercolor In A Sentence

  • 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
  • The jar contains a preserved Pterophyllum scalare freshwater angelfish from the Amazon, and the watercolor artwork in the background is by Agassiz’s illustrator Jacques Burkhardt. Pandas and Man at Harvard - The Panda's Thumb
  • More particularly, in the hoodedness of her eyes, she reminded me of Malvina Schalkova, the Prague-born artist posthumously famous for the sketches and watercolors she made in Theresienstadt, and whose self-portrait, mirroring an infinity of sorrow, I first became familiar with when I visited Theresienstadt with Zoë. Kalooki Nights
  • Then, using a light table, students traced their enlarged drawings onto good student quality watercolor paper.
  • The book contains 53 plates, reproductions of his watercolor paintings from the places he visited.
  • this watercolor is unmistakably a synthesis of nature
  • When people think of two-dimensional art, they usually think of work done in oil, watercolor, pastel or charcoal.
  • While the vast majority of the works in the show are watercolors, there are also four oil paintings and four prints.
  • In the late oils and watercolors, he seemed to seek out the inner pulse of existence.
  • For this solo, he exhibited untitled watercolors and monotypes with his typically whimsical mixture of abstraction and figuration.
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