Noun(1) a paint consisting of pigment mixed with melted beeswax; it is fixed with heat after application
(1) Throughout his career Rivera also painted a wide range of easel pictures, in some of which he experimented with the encaustic technique.(2) Scherman started painting with wax in 1974, when, as a student at the Royal College of Art in London, he first saw Jasper Johns's encaustic paintings.(3) We studied the artist's technique, and the students recognized similarities between van Gogh's painting style/brushwork and the look of encaustic painting.(4) Mummy portraits of Rome and Egypt serve as the earliest examples of encaustic painting.(5) I also like oil pastels and encaustic , but I am less familiar with these.(6) Zima took seven years to develop his laborious encaustic process.(7) Although some mummy portraits were done with tempera, encaustic was particularly suited for the realistic representation of human skin because of the medium's thicker texture and luminosity.(8) In general, Mattera uses the cloudy effects attainable with encaustic to disguise the logic of her enterprise.(9) As you can see in her solo show at the University City Arts League, latter-day process art paintings - here, oil and encaustic on panel - can satisfy by letting the beauty of the materials sing.(10) Paint was applied by brush, although the encaustic technique (mixing paint with heated wax) was used at least from the time of Polygnotus.(11) These methods include an encaustic technique and a secret for fixing pastel invented by the pastelist Loriot.(12) The landscapes that really stand out are those painted with the encaustic method.(13) The Entrance Hall at Cliveden was, until 1904, embellished by a pair of Minton encaustic tiled floors.(14) For a new suite of paintings executed in encaustic and resin, the artist found inspiration in the often unheralded work of women architects(15) In the tents one could see artists painting with watercolours, acrylics pastels, or demonstrating encaustic painting.(16) To some, the vestiges of these paintings - often called frescoes, but actually oil and encaustic applied directly to dry plaster - resembled the remnants of a Roman decorative cycle.
(1) encaustic tile :: номатлуб encaustic
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