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Definition of Tempera

Tempera
Tempera Tem"pe*ra, n. [It.] (Paint.) A mode or process of painting; distemper.
Tempera
Tempera Tem"pe*ra, n. [It.] (Paint.) A mode or process of painting; distemper. Note: The term is applied especially to early Italian painting, common vehicles of which were yolk of egg, yolk and white of egg mixed together, the white juice of the fig tree, and the like.

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- Tempera (Italian: [ˈtɛmpera]), also known as egg tempera, is a permanent, fast-drying painting medium consisting of colored pigments mixed with a water-soluble...
- Tempera is a painting medium. Tempera may also refer to: MT Tempera, a Finnish oil tanker Tempera (horse), an American Thoroughbred racehorse Alfio Bruno...
- Tempera (March 12, 1999 – April 28, 2002) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. She was sired by U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee and two-time leading...
- in which Munch mapped out the essentials of the composition. 1893, oil, tempera and pastel on cardboard. The first version publicly displa****, and perhaps...
- Vince Tempera (born 18 September 1946) is an Italian musician, composer, arranger, record producer and conductor. Born in Milan as Vincenzo Tempera, he...
- painted in egg tempera and embellished with gold leaf. Differently from his contemporaries and artists before him, Duccio was a master of tempera and managed...
- 1448–1451) - Tempera on wood, 48 × 36 cm, São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil The Adoration of the Shepherds (c. 1451–1453) - Tempera on canvas transferred...
- (Madonna of Tarquinia) (1437) -Tempera on panel, 151 x 66 cm, Galleria ****onale d'Arte Antica, Rome Pietà (1437–1439) -Tempera on panel, 86 x 107 cm, Museo...
- paintings which seem to be of the highest contemporary quality. Encaustic and tempera are the two techniques used in antiquity. Encaustic largely ceased to be...
- Renaissance, oil painting techniques had almost completely replaced the use of tempera paints in the majority of Europe. In recent years, water miscible oil paint...
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