Noun(1) pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk
(1) egg tempera(2) Once the buildings were complete, we painted them with tempera .(3) This allows the tempera paints to stabilize and soak into the surface of the paper.(4) When the sketches were finished, the students painted them with tempera .(5) With tempera paint, stiff brushes and a knowledge of basic shapes, they are ready to begin creating their masterpieces.(6) Finally, they painted their shapes with tempera .(7) The omission of a discussion of the basics of oil and tempera painting is not the only place where the book seems to address an informed, if not specialist audience.(8) The tempera painting began at the third class period.(9) To this end, students used tempera to create abstract-expressionist paintings that emphasize the visual elements of line, shape, color, rhythm and composition.(10) A green mineral, malachite, similar to azurite in constitution and often found with it, was pulverized to form a strong mid-green pigment, particularly in tempera techniques; there was also a synthetic type.(11) He combined the tempera technique (pigment mixed with a binder consisting of egg yolk thinned with water) with a cubist style.
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