Definitions

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  • n. An art movement involving murals.

Etymologies

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mural +‎ -ism

Examples

  • The staff also teaches muralism classes at local high schools when they are not managing the park.

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  • WriterzBlok holds training workshops in graphic arts and mural design, where budding graphic art participants master the basics of computer art and translating hand sketches into computer images and muralism students learn new techniques in aerosol art and design.

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  • The most famous of the three, José Clemente Orozco, born in 1883, became a great muralist, one of the "Big Three" of modern Mexican muralism, together with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros.

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  • Gerardo Murillo, better known by his self-selected pseudonym Dr. Atl, became the forerunner of modern Mexican muralism.

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  • Christine was originally known in the community as an "activist artist," making explicitly political work in printmaking and painting/muralism.

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  • It is especially fitting that the city house so much fine mural art, not just because the city was christened the "Florence of Mexico" by Edward Gibbon, the distinguished English historian, but also because Guadalajara was the birthplace of Gerardo Murillo, better known by his pseudonym Dr. Atl, considered by art historians the founder of modern Mexican muralism.

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  • Learning about all the political painting brigades before in late 60's and the whole history makes me feel like Chile has a unique muralism/street art tradition in the world.

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  • Mexican muralism was an expression of the strength of their ancestry, done without words, as many remained illiterate through the 20th century.

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  • So the lunch trucks appealed to our notion that the contemporary definition of muralism can be broad.

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  • Lakra's apparent influences include alternative comics of the 80s, Mexican folk art and muralism, graffiti, Asian and African traditions, Chicano gang symbols, Richard Prince, and the Zapotec mythology of his father, famed Oaxacan artist Francisco Toledo.

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