monochrome

  1. painting done in a range of tones of a single color
  2. a black-and-white photograph or slide

Monochrome

(Digital cameras and photo printers) A picture in only one colour or in black and white.
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monochrome

(from the article `arts, East Asian`) ...portraiture played a significant role in the ritual of the transmission of teaching authority. Here, too, the penetrating effect of presence was ... Ceramic and decorative arts flourished in the Edo period. While it was possible in almost all areas of the visual arts to accommodate the emergence ...
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monochrome

[n] - painting done in a range of tones of a single color
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Monochrome

• (n.) A painting or drawing in a single color; a picture made with a single color.
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Monochrome

[Helmet song] `Monochrome` is a single from the alternative metal band Helmet. It was used in the Darren Lynn Bousman`s film Saw III on October 27, 2006, from the album called, like the single, Monochrome. The track soundtrack for Saw III and is played over the film`s end credits. The vinyl version of the album contains the bonus track `Req...
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Monochrome

Mon'o┬Ěchrome noun [ Greek ... of one color; mo`nos single + ... color: confer French monochrome .] A painting or drawing in a single color; a picture made with a single color.
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monochrome

a color scheme composed of tints and shades in a single hue
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Monochrome

A method of decorating floors, walls and ceilings with tiny fragments (tesserae) set into mastic pla
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Monochrome

A monochrome is a painting executed in a single colour. This description of art is very ancient, and was known to the Etruscans. The most numerous examples existing of this kind of painting are on terra cotta. A painting, to be a proper monochrome, must have the figures relieved by light and shade.
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Monochrome

A Monochrome printer only uses one colour of toner. The term Monochrome Printing is quite often described as black and white printing as the toner is normally black and the paper is often white in colour .
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Monochrome

A painting executed with one color.
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Monochrome

A single hue.
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Monochrome

An image made of a range of only one color.
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Monochrome

Black-and-white video. A video signal that represents the brightness values (luminance) in the picture, but not the colour values (chrominance).
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Monochrome

Image made up of varying tones of one colour
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Monochrome

Is single colored. It is most frequently applied to black and white photographs, but can also descri
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Monochrome

Monochrome means one colour. For centuries artists used different shades (tones) of brown or black ink to create monochrome pictures on paper. The ink would simply be more or less diluted to achieve the required shades. Shades of grey oil paint were used to create monochrome paintings, a technique known as grisaille, from the French word gris meani...
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Monochrome

Single-coloured. An image or medium displaying only black and white or grayscale information. Grayscale information displayed in one colour is also monochrome
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Monochrome

Single-coloured. An image or medium displaying only black and white or grayscale information. Grayscale information displayed in one colour is also monochrome.
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Monochrome

Used to describe a figurative image executed in a single colour, or shades of a single colour.
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