scagliola


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scagliola

Plaster work that imitates stone, in which mixtures of marble dust, sizing, and various pigments are laid in decorative figures routed into the surface. See also: Plaster

scagliola

Plaster work imitating stone, in which mixtures of marble dust, sizing, and various pigments are laid in decorative figures; designs may be routed into a surface.
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Chest of drawers, early 19th century, Rome, walnut wood with painted scagliola inserts and gilded bronze handles, ht.
Enrico pioneered the art of scagliola, advancing it as a convincing substitute for the mosaic marble pieces made famous by the commissions from the wealthy Medici family.
The rare mid-18th century Italian Florentine Grand Tour scagliola table top by Don Pietro Belloni, sold for PS25,000 PHOTO WOOLLEY & WALLIS AUCTIONEERS
Entretanto, o autor aponta mais dois aspectos igualmente relevantes: em primeiro lugar, a institucionalizacao nao-estatal, com a participacao de movimentos ligados a sindicatos, partidos e entidades nao-governamentais, e, em segundo lugar, a opcao pela nao-institucionalizacao, com a recusa de alguns movimentos a serem cooptados pelo Estado, partidos e outras instituicoes politicas (Scagliola 2002).
(7) According to Bowett, "Scagliola is a technique for imitating costly inlaid marble with a paste made of powdered selenite, pigments and animal glue.
Journalist Ricardo Scagliola said in the Uruguayan weekly Brecha that the first phony bomb that appeared in the area where the old Israeli Embassy was "is the 'leading case' of a bigger dispute." The accusation against an Iranian diplomat as responsible for leaving an empty suitcase on the street--not a bomb or a simulated bomb--Scagliola wrote, is put into the framework of the complex relations between Israel and Uruguay.
Elena Scagliola, a fellow teacher from Santo Stefano Belbo.
409: Scagliola, a five-year-old Pivotal mare from the prolific family of Barathea.
6.15: FILISTA (D J Moran, 25-1) 1; Cloud Fire (8-1) 2; Scagliola (7-1) 3; Buiochas Mor Evensf.
The furniture section includes an Italian scagliola and walnut table, made around 1700.