- n. Plural form of mural.
“Along 125th Street, in murals and on badges and posters, the parade of heroes: Malcolm X, Michael Jackson, Barack Obama.”
“A tour of the murals is included in the admission, and tours are available in English and Spanish.”
“This Mexican tradition of painting murals is powerful and most impressive; I am so pleased that we discovered this display!”
“Her work as an artist specializing in murals doesn't bring in enough money to build up the accounts.”
“One extra good thing about murals is that there is no secondary market possible for them, and thus they can never become collectible.”
“We had so much trouble getting the murals from a company in the USA who had ordered them from a manufactured in Germany that we gave up on trying to reorder.”
“The world famous Orphanage with many of Clemente Orozcos historic murals is a must see.”
“Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts commissioned the murals from the French painter for its lobby in the 1960s.”
“Sam Fogg of Clifford Street will present publicly for the first time a group of more than 70 watercolors showing Buddhist murals from the Ajanta caves in India (200 B.C.”
“The murals were the crowning achievement, the culmination of Brown's career, taking him more than 12 years and will be open to a public who do not necessarily know they are there on Sundays throughout the exhibition.”
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