Tempera

Painting medium consisting of powdered colour pigments, egg yolk or egg white and water; used for panel painting until the 15thC when it was superseded by oil paint.

Tempera

Tempera, also known as egg tempera, is a permanent, fast-drying painting medium consisting of colored pigment mixed with a water-soluble binder medium (usually a glutinous material such as egg yolk or some other size). Tempera also refers to the paintings done in this medium. Tempera paintings are very long lasting, and examples from the 1st centu...
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tempera

[n] - pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk
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Tempera

• (n.) A mode or process of painting; distemper. • (n.) A mode or process of painting; distemper.
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tempera

poster paint noun pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk
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Tempera

Tem'pe·ra noun [ Italian ] (Paint.) A mode or process of painting; distemper. » The term is applied especially to early Italian painting, common vehicles of which were yolk of egg, yolk and white of egg mixed together, the white juice of the fig tree, and the like.
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Tempera

a paint made from egg whites, glue, pigments and water.
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Tempera

A paint material mixed with egg white, casein or glue, to create an effect of luminescence.
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TEMPERA

A painting medium in which the binder is egg yolk.
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Tempera

A traditional painting medium which requires the Artist to make-up his paints each day using egg yolk as a binder. British Artists showing at Red Rag Modern British Art Gallery and using Egg Tempera include: Peter Messer and Rob Milliken.
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tempera

A water-based paint that uses egg, egg yolk, glue, or casein as a binder. Many commercially made paints identified as tempera are actually gouache.
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Tempera

Broadly put this term implies using pigments which are mixed with substances such as; egg white, the
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tempera

Paint made using yolk or white of egg as carrier, mixed with pigment. Water-soluble. Used widely before the introduction of oil paint.
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tempera

Painting medium in which powdered pigments are mixed with a water-soluble binding agent such as egg yolk removed from its sac. It is noted for its strong, translucent colours, and can be thinned...
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tempera

Painting medium in which powdered pigments are mixed with a water-soluble binding agent such as egg yolk removed from its sac. It is noted for its strong, translucent colours, and can be thinned with water. In use before the introduction of oils, a form of tempera was used in ancient Egypt, and egg tempera was the foremost medium for panel pain...
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tempera

painting using white of egg instead of oil
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Tempera

Pigments mixed with egg yolk and water. Also, a student-grade liquid gouache.
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Tempera

Pigments mixed with egg yolk and water. Also, a student-grade liquid gouache
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TEMPERA

Technique of painting in which water and egg yolk or whole egg and oil mixture form the binder for the paint. Used also as a term for cheap opaque paints used in schools.
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tempera

tempera (tem'puru) , painting method in which finely ground pigment is mixed with a solidifying base such as albumen, fig sap, or thin glue. When used in mural painting it is also known as fresco secco (dry fresco) to distinguish it from the buon fresco (true fresco) applied to damp walls. The n...
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tempera

tempera 1. A painting medium in which pigment is mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials; such as, size or egg yolk; poster color, poster paint. 2. Painting done in this medium.
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Tempera

Tempera is a mode or process of painting, the term especially being applied to early Italian painting, in which egg and glue were used to bind the colours.
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Tempera

Tempera is a process of spreading a mixture of paint and a glutinous material on a flat surface. It is a process which was popular with early Italian artists.
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Tempera

The technique of painting with pigments bound in a water-soluble emulsion, such as water and egg yolk, or an oil-in-water emulsion such as oil and a whole egg. Some tempera paints are made with an artificial emulsion using gum or glue. Traditionally applied to a rigid support such as a wood panel, the paint dries to a hard film.
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Tempera

Traditionally, tempera is made with whole eggs or egg- yolk, various kinds of glue or gum. An emulsion used is a medium for pigment. The medium is used for bon fresco and panel paintings.
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