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His best effort is the reconstituted grisaille of a house.
This kind of glass, predominantly grey and white, is called grisaille.
A study in no color, it takes its key from the Grisaille Chinese wallpaper.
Grisaille, while less widespread in the 20th century, continues as an artistic technique.
Almost all are painted in grisaille on a black ground, and heightened with gold, the flesh being tinted.
On the north wall is a 14th-century grisaille stained-glass window, which until recently had been in storage.
It is decorated with seven miniatures in grisaille, and begins:
Picasso's Guernica is one example of a contemporary painting in grisaille.
The thickening branches make a pink 'grisaille' against the blue sky.
The dogs are seven inches tall, decorated in grisaille, with gray-and-white coats.
His style is characterized by delicate figures rendered in grisaille, accented with touches of color.
In "Promenade," a similar village scene is rendered in vivid green grisaille.
In this grisaille technique, thin layers produce subtle grays.
Using both grisaille and colour together is a technique known as "camaiue-gris".
She also has some mythological decors from his "History of Psyche" series, in grisaille.
Make no motion at all, or nothing will appear on the plate but a faint grisaille, the Unknown Masterpiece indeed!
One French critic, with a felicitous turn of phrase, has called the result in performance an 'overwhelming grisaille'.
The coccyx scar had changed from an angry red to gray and finally to slightly puckered grisaille.
The upper portions of the windows, above the stained glass, are still the original grisaille and colored glass.
Grisaille and later Limoges enamel are types of painted enamel.
His oil painting begins with a grisaille in a gray or sepia, as a monochromatic version of the finished piece.
When the exterior panels are closed the viewer can see, painted in grisaille, God creating the Earth.
Because color reproduction was not yet technically available, Oppenheim painted the works in grisaille (gray and white).
Dominating this grisaille still life is a large electric bulb; the glass lurks, barely perceptible, on the far right.
However, instead of using a black background, as in grisaille, transparent enamel is laid in first, beneath the whites.
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