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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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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.
The great muralists made a living out of Revolutionary topics, and the tough plight of the worker or campesino is captured in the Siqueiros' 1924 work "Madre campesina," which shows a mother trudging her way through a frightening red cactus desertscape with an infant in her arms.
The budget also supports about 50 muralists and art teachers, gives tours to hundreds of people each year, and hosts classes and camps for thousands of schoolchildren.
Just as the Black Power movement sparked an explosion of Chicano murals, African-American artists turned to the Mexican muralists as well as to African motifs for their artistic inspiration.
The talented muralist behind the realistic images of birds, shells and other life by sea is Anaheim-based Piccolo Batlle.
On Saturday, after 10 days of painting and months of planning, muralist Omar Ramirez and dozens of volunteers blew it all away.
Working on the premise that Mexico would not exist without its "corn culture," which incidentally is the name of a work by muralist Jose Clemente Orozco, the exhibit continually veers into the political arena.
Campusano stood apart from other muralists who work mainly in the social-realist tradition.
Laurance Hurlburt's book, The Mexican Muralists in the United States, offers that opportunity, with a clear exposition of the painters' development and a plentiful amount of reproductions.
Patricia Cisneros states, "We are delighted to be able to display abstract work from the CPPC among the examples of the great Mexican muralists at the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes.
The winning drawings will be included in murals overseen by Xavier Cortada, one of the leading Latino muralists in the country.
Her work, which incorporates Mexican folk motifs and particularly the small votive pictures known as retablos, exudes powerful feeling and is unlike that of any of her contemporary Mexican muralists (2).