Definitions for "PAINTING"
The art of protecting flat surfaces from the weather and exposing them to the critic. Formerly, painting and sculpture were combined in the same work: the ancients painted their statues. The only present alliance between the two arts is that the modern painter chisels his patrons.
The work of the painter; also, any work of art in which objects are represented in color on a flat surface; a colored representation of any object or scene; a picture.
Color laid on; paint.
The application of a chemical depilatory to facilitate the removal of the wool from sheep skins, with the wool remaining in good order.
A process for loosening hair or wool (usually the latter) which is employed with skins whose protective covering is so valuable as to make it desirable to avoid injuring it by soaking in a lime liquor. The process is carried out by painting the flesh side of a skin with a depilatory substance, containing sodium sulphide or arsenic. Nowadays this is the usual method with sheepskins bearing the higher grades of wool. Before it was invented, such skins were usually dehaired by sweating.
Keywords:  poem, nothing, words
a Poem and nothing else
a poem without words
From the 13th century onward, painting seems to be a common method of protecting armour from the elements. Very common during the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries, less so after that, although the black-and-silver armour style of the 16th century used painted black surfaces contrasted with polished metal surfaces to achieve striking effects.
The series of operations that includes surface preparation, pretreatment, and application of paints to surfaces, whether in the shop or in the field. Includes the labor, material and equipment; the drying and protection of the painted surfaces and the protection of property and traffic.
the act of applying paint to a surface; "you can finish the job of painting faster with a roller than with a brush"
Keywords:  stain, dye, reusable, gourd, woven
Drag performers term for applying make up.
Method of applying design to flexible vinyl via computer technology; insures faithful production of full or partial size, full color advertisements with quality assurance from copy to copy; reusable and resistant to fading, cracking and weather.
the use of paint, dyes, markers, stains, or any other material to color any part of the gourd
Shields were almost always painted to bear the device or a symbol for the combatant. Usually a heraldic charge, during pas d'armes and round tables in particular shields were sometimes painted with a theme appropriate for the occasion, such as an angel or a saint. See also Chronique: The Journal of Chivalry #8.
a moment suspended in time
a reflection of a moment in time and the interpretation of feeling
a way to stop and leave this world briefly at the same time engulfed in the moment
A process whereby glass is first coated with a ceramic enamel, and subsequently fired so that the colour becomes permanent.
the process by which enamel is applied to glass.
Powder coating of aluminium profiles is a solvent free and environmental friendly painting method. Conventional “wet” surface painting can be carried out using methods such as dipping, spraying, rolling or curtain coating. One advantage of “wet” painting is that many such paints have good adherence and the product can be formed after having been painted.
Exterior Painting - Interior Painting - Spray Paint
a conventional form, a rectangular thing that hangs on the wall
a curious thing
a physical thing
The act or employment of laying on, or adorning with, paints or colors.
a medley of colors placed in reciprocal relationships in order to represent an idea
Mineral and vegetal pigments can be used to create a variety of paints. In some parts of the world, painted decorations replaced incised or stamped decorations.
The application of organic based layers (acrylics, etc) for corrosion protection and decorative purposes.
A process whereby fabrics or other fiber art are decorated by hand with dyes or pigments.
a self-made reality
a tetragonal flat world, self-contained within its borders, and isolated from everything beyond it
Keywords:  knew, craft, occupation, house
the occupation of a house painter; "house painting was the only craft he knew"
a confluence of your thoughts and emotions into action
Keywords:  learnt, success, something, help, you
a mark, a document is a mark - in fact, anything we apprehend is a mark
Keywords:  terrific, room, feel, special, way
a terrific way to make a room feel special
Keywords:  explosion, fermenting, kind
a kind of explosion or fermenting
Keywords:  lie, truth, tells
a lie that tells the truth
a threshold between real and virtual space and through its transparency, one can see its opacity
Keywords:  creative, work
a creative work
The work done by painters.
Keywords:  harmony, visual, music, form
a visual form of music and it should have harmony
a Drum, a multimedia installation by New York
a laminated structure with a number of layers
a hierarchy of important and less important details
Keywords:  effort, goal, oriented, product
a product of goal-oriented effort
Keywords:  world, sound, compared, element, plays
a world where each element plays a part compared with others
a world without change and without sound
Keywords:  proposal, real
a proposal about what is real
a very personal possession and so knowing who created it is often part of the package
a powerful vehicle of communication
Keywords:  sound, investment
a sound Investment