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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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may lose this work by renowned muralist John Pitman Weber, who says he would paint over religious symbols if necessary to save it.
The paintings by such figures as Charles White and Elizabeth Catlett demonstrated a sure acquaintance with not only mainstream modernism but also the Mexican muralist movement.
Nevertheless, some people in Baltimore are up in arms over muralist Michael Alewitz's plans to depict Underground Railroad conductor Harriet "Moses" Tubman parting a swirling Red Sea with a rifle.
The muralist and UCLA professor founded SPARC (Social and Public Art Resource Center), which has undertaken the creation and maintenance of major murals produced in and around Los Angeles since 1976.
The ad said that a muralist was needed to paint a small mural on the front of a downtown store.
com will debut the landmark Wyland Dolphin and Whale Adventures, "Art Lessons in the Wild," Saturday, February 4(th) featuring a hands-on art lesson from famed marine muralist and environmentalist Wyland.
The discussion will be led by muralist Susan Champeny and partners of the Crown Hill Historic District, and the public is encouraged to fill in the gaps with any images of the Y-Not Coffee House, the band Orpheus and the Omnibus at 203 Pleasant St.
The project, which was designed by art graduate Kathryn Wilson from Waterloo and Widnesbased muralist Natalie McGahan, cost pounds 25,000.
A muralist, stained glass window designer, oil and water color painter, teacher, and author--Frederic Crowinshield (1845-1918) left a legacy that can be seen in churches and public buildings spread across the East Coast and the Midwest.
The Lacuna is about a writer named Harrison Shepherd, and his social-climbing mother Salome, who ends up mixing plaster for famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, reports the BBC.
Edwin Howland Blashfield: Master American Muralist tells of a celebrated painter and theorist of mural painting who produced works at a time when murals were a major elements of important structures from 1893 to the outbreak of World War I.
In the case of a modest dining room in Brentwood, where muralist Len Greco is bringing a Tuscan countryside to life with a series of brush strokes, it creates a window on the world where there was only a wall.