See also:term introduced into
See also:English, both generally (as in such phrases as al
See also:fresco, " in the fresh air "), and more especially as a technical term for a sort of mural
See also:painting on
See also:plaster . In the latter sense the Italians distinguished painting a secco (when the plaster had been allowed to dry) from a fresco (when it was newly laid and still wet) . The nature and
See also:history of fresco-painting is dealt with in the article PAINTING .
LOUIS MARIE STANISLAS FRERON (1754-1802)
GIROLAMO FRESCOBALDI (1583-1644)
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