Marouflage

Marouflage is a technique for affixing a painted canvas to a wall to be used as a mural, using an adhesive that hardens as it dries such as plaster or cement. ==History== A French word originally referring to sticky, partly hardened scraps of paint, marouflage is a 3,000-year-old technique. Historically, artists used several types of adhesives inc...
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marouflage

(from the article `art conservation and restoration`) ...transferred from wood to canvas by a variant of the treatments described above. The reverse of this—i.e., attaching a painting on canvas to a ...
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marouflage

A technique for attaching, with glue, mural size painting on paper or fabric to a wall.
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