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A painting medium in which colored pigment is mixed with a water-soluble binder, such as egg yolk; a painting done in this medium.
A work consisting of natural or artificial fibers, often woven. Can refer to artist-created sculptures, hand-woven works, and industrially produced fabrics.
An international, middle-class artistic movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries that emphasized the unity of the arts and sought to reflect
A modern realist movement, often associated with portraiture, that developed in Weimar Germany in the 1920s as a challenge to Expressionism.. As its name
An autopostive photographic print on a piece of blackened iron, in effect a less expensive version of the ambrotype.
A work of art consisting of three sections or panels, usually hinged together.
The art and technique of designing, arranging, and printing with type.