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aquarelle

(ăk'wərĕl`): see watercolor paintingwatercolor painting,
in its wider sense, refers to all pigments mixed with water rather than with oil and also to the paintings produced by this process; it includes fresco and tempera as well as aquarelle, the process now commonly meant by the generic term.
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1 Aquarelle is packed with other great features such as two-times-faster painting performance, an innovative new Color Picker, the ability to insert a photo as a new layer from iCloud Drive, lock image transparency, open RAW image preview, a refreshed Eyedropper tool, live brush preview, and better stylus support.
Notably, in addition to contract-level performance, Aquarelle (74% high energy-dyed, post-consumer recycled polyester and 26% solution-dyed polyester) joins the Brentano Green line of sustainable fabrics.
Explaining the difficulty of mastering the aquarelle technique that he favours, Kaddoura laments that:
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During April and May the public can enjoy her 34 works consisting of oil on canvas and aquarelle on paper, portraits of Kurdish women, children, the majestic nature of the Kurdistan Region and some philosophic abstract works.
With them, he paints sheer aquarelle type coatings and accentuates the relief-like surface with glaze.
The JV has already received backing from major online retailers in France, among which Aquarelle, Brandalley, Darty and Rue du Commerce (EPA:RDC).
An seine Stelle tritt der dichte, erfiillte Raum, im dem sich--wie schon die Aquarelle zeigten--die Dinge mit ihrem Ort verbinden, beide gleichen Ursprungs werden.
Also in the collection was an aquarelle from Picasso's blue period, portraits of his first wife Olga, as well as a number of gouaches and lithographs, Liberation reported.
Some slack has been redirected towards European exports, however, for instance by Aquarelle Madagascar, a unit of the Mauritius-based CIEL Group, which employs 10,000 on Madagascar.
She illustrates with watercolours, acrylic, pastels, aquarelle crayons, pencil and collage on Kraft paper and handmade Japanese paper.
Chester Festival enjoyed a visit by the Aquarelle Guitar Quartet, a Manchester based group formerly of the Royal Northern College of Music.