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Fine art

Of, or pertaining to the creation of, any visual art that was considered to have been created for purely aesthetic purposes.

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secondary color

Arts & crafts; Fine art

A color that is produced by mixing two primary colors in equal amounts is called as secondary color.


Arts & crafts; Fine art

the Victorian craft of cutting out motifs from paper gluing them to a surface and covering with as many layers of varnish as is required to give a completely smooth finish.

contour drawing

Arts & crafts; Fine art

Contour drawing shows the outline of the subject, and not the volume or mass of an object. Blind contour drawings are those created by looking only at the subject, and not the paper while drawing.


Arts & crafts; Fine art

Signature of someone other than the artist that adds either additional authenticity or historical value to a limited edition print.


Arts & crafts; Fine art

Galleries, collectible shops or individuals who carry and sell artwork. Authorized dealers are those who, by signed agreement, carry and sell the artwork represented by certain print publishers.

conservation framing

Arts & crafts; Fine art

Framing that aims to prevent warping, fading, tearing or any other kind or print deterioration. Acid-free mats and glazing with UV protection are used in conservation framing.

conservation stamp prints

Arts & crafts; Fine art

Prints that have been reproduced from conservation stamps. Sale of these stamps and prints often benefit conservation program.

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