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Marouflage Reference library
Technique of fastening a canvas painting on to a solid support, such as a wall or a wooden or synthetic
marouflage Reference library
(French: maroufler, ‘to stick down’).
Term for gluing a canvas permanently to a wall, whether before painting it or afterwards. The adhesive used is traditionally white lead in oil. The term is also applied to the sticking down onto canvas of oil sketches done on paper....
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[from the French maroufler, ‘to stick down’]
Originally referred to murals on canvas attached to a wall with white lead as the adhesive. However, the term is more commonly used to describe the sticking down on to canvas of oil sketches on paper, particularly landscape sketches of the ...