|infant cupid in painting||amoretto|
|(also known as Mogul) empire located in India famous for its archictecture painting and carpets (1526-1857)||Mughal|
|(Art) supporting stick used by artists to hold the hand which is painting||mahlstick|
|(Art) watercolor painting; print created by applying watercolor paints through stencils, painted picture, watercolor painting technique||aquarelle|
|(Greek Mythology) princess bride of the god Eros; name of a Canadian Gothic music band, beloved of Cupid||Psyche|
|(Latin) "do not touch me"; one who may not be touched; depiction of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, painting of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, prohibition against touching, somebody or something not for touching||noli me tangere|
|(Painting) thick layer of paint applied to a surface; application of a thick layer of paint to a surface, paint thickly applied, technique of painting thickly||impasto|
|19C movement in painting, late 19th-century French art movement based on pointillistic painting techniques||neoimpressionism|
|19th century artistic movement characterized by the practice of painting with colorful points or dots placed in close proximity to one another, divisionism, musical composition technique, style of 19C painting||pointillism|
|a gouache painting, opaque watercolor paint, paint used in gouache, painting technique||gouache|
|abandoned baby, infant or child who has been deserted; child of unknown parentage||foundling|
|accompanied only by continuo instruments, in staccato manner, picture painted on wall, recitative style, wall painting technique||secco|
|act of deriving something, proof, source, origin; something that has been derived; act of deriving; (Grammar) process of making new words from a root word (ex: "painting from the word "paint"), word formation||derivation|
|acting representation, artistic depiction, description, depiction; drawing, painting; personification, act of playing a particular role (in a play or movie)||portrayal|
|action painting featuring patches of color||tachism; tachisme|
|allow no input or output, be unresolved, decorate with something, display a painting, drape, elapse slowly, exclamation indicating annoyance, exhibition of artwork, fold or droop, hang out, kill somebody with rope, let droop, make a turn, manner in whi...||hang|
|allow to claim, give a title to (i.e. a book, painting, etc.); grant a right or claim to something, give special title to, give title to||entitle|
|amass, collect; condense; assemble into one group; concentrate or be concentrated; throng, crowd, area of painting||mass|
|animal disease, feline distemper, paint, paint something with distemper, paint using whitewash; paint a painting using the distemper technique, painting with distemper, see also:canine distemper, whitewash; decorative painting technique in which glue o...||distemper|
|apply oil to something, flattery, fuel, greasy liquid (derived from animal, vegetable, and mineral substances) that does not mix with water and is used for many purposes (i.e. food, lubrication, etc.); petroleum, oil paint, oil painting, petroleum deri...||oil|
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