from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The process or the act of applying a mural painting to a wall by coating the back of the canvas with a strongly adhesive paste and applying it. This device allows mural paintings to be in oil colors, and also allows the work to be done at a distance from the building for which it is intended.
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- noun A
techniquefor affixinga painted canvasto a wall to be used as a mural, using an adhesivethat hardensas it dries such as plasteror cement.
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