Aquarelle

Aq`ua·relle' noun [ French, from Ital acquerello , from acqua water, Latin aqua .] A design or painting in thin transparent water colors; also, the mode of painting in such colors.
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Aquarelle

• (n.) A design or painting in thin transparent water colors; also, the mode of painting in such colors.
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aquarelle

technique of painting in transparent, rather than opaque, watercolours. Although aquarelle was known to the ancient Egyptians, it did not achieve ...
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aquarelle

aquarelle 1. A painting technique that uses transparent washes of watercolor. 2. A painting produced using the aquarelle technique. 3. A printed picture that has been colored manually by applying watercolor through stencils, each color requiring a different stencil.
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Aquarelle

The French term for the process and product of painting in transparent watercolor
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aquarelle

aquarelle (ăk"wurel') : see watercolor painting.
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Aquarelle

The French term for the process and product of painting in transparent watercolour.
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Aquarelle

The French term for the process and product of painting in transparent watercolor.
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Aquarelle

The French term for the process and product of painting in transparent watercolour.
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Aquarelle

The hand application of color, through stencils onto a printed picture.
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aquarelle

watercolour painting
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