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watercolour

(US), watercolor
1. 
a. water-soluble pigment, applied in transparent washes and without the admixture of white pigment in the lighter tones
b. any water-soluble pigment, including opaque kinds such as gouache and tempera
2. 
a. a painting done in watercolours
b. (as modifier): a watercolour masterpiece
3. the art or technique of painting with such pigments
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1 watercolourist Alvaro Castagnet will soon be in Dubai to kick off a four-day Watercolour Festival from February 22, to be followed by a painting tour from February 26.
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The Nature of Things will display work by watercolourist Meriel Cooper Wallace and ceramicist Michele Karam, who are long-time residents in Bahrain.
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Since he quit the Navy the Prince, an accomplished watercolourist, has been revealed as equally vulnerable and sensitive.