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mural

a large painting or picture on a wall

Mural

A wall painting; fresco is a type of mural technique.

mural

1. Pertaining to a wall.
2. A mural painting, decorative or figurative.
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The prominent "Down With America" mural, painted on the side of a building at Karim Khan Avenue, depicts skulls in place of the stars and falling bombs at the end of the stripes in the American flag.
Despite pleas from mural advocates, art scholars and the JCC, The Help Group has expressed no desire to preserve the sweeping mural.
The price of each mural depends on its size and the complexity of design; in general, the murals cost around RO25-30 per square metre.
Instead, the face of the assassinated American president and other characters from the giant mural are set to be placed underneath public benches.
Last night Phil Redmond, deputy chairman of Liverpool Culture Company, said: "We are very pleased to have found a way to support the Liverpool Mural Project through development funding and look forward to working together to build partnerships as part of a region wide scheme for community public art.
The mural project is part of activities being executed by Sidon's school network since its establishment in 2001.
Mural sponsors like MAP often require that artists guarantee their work will endure for a certain period of time, typically 10-20 years.
Another example of this subtle use of metaphor is the mural that Nick has been hired to paint, which turns out more violent than the plans had originally intended.
Woodruff the reader of history and lover of knowledge packed the mural with African, Greco-Roman, and northern European symbols and interlocking scenes of harmonious human interaction, unencumbered by cultural or geographic barriers.
Complete with a portrait of Lenin, the mural was, to say the least, inappropriate for the RCA building.
The mural is situated in the main corridor of the lobby at 80 Broad Street, a 36-story, 400,000 s/f Art Deco-inspired building designed in 1930 by architects Sloan & Robertson for New York's Maritime Exchange.
By examining the complex history of mural production, the polysemic signs, images, and messages embedded within the murals, and the increasingly important position of the murals within a growing tourist industry, it is possible to show that the political murals of Belfast belong to many more discursive articulations than the two-communities thesis allows.