egg tempera


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egg tempera

[¦eg ′tem·pə·rə]
(graphic arts)
A painting process in which the color is bound with egg instead of oil.
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I'll have the egg tempera: Although it sounds like a menu item at your local Japanese restaurant (that's ``tempura''), egg tempera is a traditional form of painting that Barrett typically employs.
Danovich believes egg tempera, which combines earth, animals and water, give the paintings a particular radiance, a glow well suited to contemplation.
Alina chooses global events and conflicts for her paintings and according to her, the Egg Tempera technique works best for her.
So is braided bullion part/from its curtain, egg tempera from the hen.
Also evoking the ephemeral are the motifs in his pictures, which are painted in a traditional style using egg tempera.
There's two different ways to paint, egg tempera or acrylics; acrylics is easier and you don't have to use 5 million eggs
Meanwhile, I use many techniques such as gelatine tempera, egg tempera, and gold leaf tempera.
She said that pace made her feel uneasy until she realized that one of her idols, artist Andrew Wyeth - whose use of egg tempera inspired her to use it for "Yellow Orchid" - himself only created one or two paintings a year.
Brickler, a working artist, was inclusive enough to fit 15 mediums into the resource, even encaustic, egg tempera, and casein.
Assefjah paints using egg tempera, a mixture of pigment and egg yolks used by painters as far back as ancient Egypt.