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- n. A water-soluble pigment.
- n. A painting made by using such pigment.
- n. This kind of painting as a genre.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the art or technique of painting with watercolors
- v. paint with watercolors
- n. water-soluble pigment
- n. a water-base paint (with water-soluble pigments); used by artists
- n. a painting produced with watercolors
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Many watercolours featured on here use the term watercolour with bodycolour.
He began working on a series of what he called watercolour sculptures - great swaths of paper saturated with single hues, which he would fashion into three-dimensional shapes.
Certain watercolour paper from an art supplier might be OK.
Yes, a dodo, but not a regular dodo image, a dodo watercolour from the Dutch School.
This evocative watercolour is by Rowland Hilder, a prolific artist who lived in Blackheath and whose work can be seen in Shell posters and books.
Sandra Maze has a nice confident, loose style, especially with watercolour, which is where,
An array of work in different media such as watercolour, acrylic and oil is currently on display.
And Michelle Obama's people called on Erdem to rustle up one of his "watercolour" floral-print skirts for the First Lady to wear to an official function last year.
The 30-odd performance artists and theatre groups involved contemplate what it is to give birth or nurture someone, and invite audience members to participate in gentle pursuits, such as watercolour painting (of vaginas), cake-decorating and crochet.
R: wait! watercolour?! as meaning the paint and brush kind of watercolour?! holy porcupine in a pencil sharpenet!!!!
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