tempera

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A medium used to bind pigments in painting, as well as the associated artistic techniques
A method of painting in which the pigments are mixed with an emulsion of water and egg yolks or whole eggs (sometimes glue or milk) Tempera was widely used in Italian art in the 14th and 15th centuries, both for panel painting and fresco, then being replaced by oil paint Tempera colors are bright and translucent, though because the paint dried very quickly there is little time to blend them, graduated tones being created by adding lighter or darker dots or lines of color to an area of dried paint
{i} type of paints; painting with tempera
> An egg yolk that is used to bind the paint pigments together It dries quickly and is more luminous and pale than oil paint, but cannot achieve effects such as impasto It was used for panel painting until the 15th century and was revived in the 20th century
painting technique on a dry wall (as opposed to a fresco)
A painting medium made by combining water, pigment, and, usually, egg yolk
a water-based paint medium that, upon drying, produces a non-transparent surface
A mode or process of painting; distemper
Pigments mixed with a watersoluble base that dries with clear color and a flat, dull finish
From the Latin word temperare, meaning to mix or regulate Tempera is a type of painting medium used to bind pigments The term may describe any combination of pigment and medium
A painting technique using coloring mixed with egg yolk, glue, or casein
Pigments of paint contained in a medium of egg yolk, mixed with, (or tempered by) water It I fast to dry and gives a hard, translucent finish
A paint involving an emulsion of oil and water It was in use before the invention of oil paints Tempera is a medium that is used for suspending the pigment Traditionally, tempera is made by using eggs or egg yolk But this is not a rigid rule Other substances such as milk, glue, or sap of the fig tree are also used at times The use of tempera was more popular among the 14th and 15th century Italian painters
pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk
a type of paint in which the colour is mixed with a thick liquid (from temperare; TEMPER)
A technique and a medium for painting in which pigments are mixed with egg yolk and water, creating a quick-drying, long-lasting paste
tempera painting
Painting executed with ground pigment mixed with a water-soluble material, such as egg yolk, gum, or wax. The special ground for tempera painting is a rigid wood panel coated with thin layers of gesso, a preparation usually made of plaster of Paris and glue. Tempera paint is resistant to water and allows overpainting with more colour; the thin, transparent layers of paint produce a clear, luminous effect. The exclusive medium for panel painting in the Middle Ages and early Renaissance, it was largely superseded in the 15th century by oil paint
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A moderate and proportionable mixture of elements or ingredients in a compound; the condition in which elements are mixed in their proper proportions
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Any state or condition as determined by the proportion of its ingredients or the manner in which they are mixed; consistence, composition; mixture
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the altering of certain intervals from their correct values in order to improve the moving from key to key
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a person's normal manner of thinking, behaving or reacting
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a tendency to become irritable or angry
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equal
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temperature
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{i} nature, disposition
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Internal constitution; state with respect to the relative proportion of different qualities, or constituent parts
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person's characteristic disposition, or style of approaching and reacting to people and situations person's characteristic disposition, or style of approaching and reacting to people and situations
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excessive emotionalism or irritability and excitability (especially when displayed openly)
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a conceptual term that categorizes a functionally significant component of an individual’s psychological structure It is not immutable, but it shows consistency over time and also a degree of cross-situational consistency
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The act of tempering or modifying; adjustment, as of clashing rules, interests, passions, or the like; also, the means by which such adjustment is effected
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A means of slightly detuning certain intervals in order to more evenly distribute the dissonant effects of commas around a scale, with the effect of increasing the number of acceptable keys for keyboard and fretted instruments Temperaments make use of irrational intervals
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an adjustment of the intervals (as in tuning a keyboard instrument) so that the scale can be used to play in different keys
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your usual mood; "he has a happy disposition"
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Temperament is the tendency to behave in an uncontrolled, bad-tempered, or unreasonable way. Some of the models were given to fits of temperament. the emotional part of someone's character, especially how likely they are to be happy, angry etc artistic/nervous/good etc temperament (temperamentum, from temperare; TEMPER). In the psychological study of personality, an individual's characteristic or habitual inclination or mode of emotional response. The notion of temperament in this sense originated with Galen, who developed it from an earlier theory regarding the four "humours": blood, phlegm, and black and yellow bile. The subject was taken up in the 20th century by Ernst Kretschmer and later theorists, including Margaret Mead. Today researchers emphasize physiological processes (including the endocrine and autonomic nervous systems) and culture and learning
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A way of tuning a diatonic scale to produce particular effects See the entries for equal and meantone temperaments and just tuning
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A person's way of responding to the world Examples of temperament include shy, bold, risk taking, and cautious
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Your temperament is your basic nature, especially as it is shown in the way that you react to situations or to other people. His impulsive temperament regularly got him into difficulties She was furtive and vicious by temperament
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The peculiar physical and mental character of an individual, in olden times erroneously supposed to be due to individual variation in the relations and proportions of the constituent parts of the body, especially of the fluids, as the bile, blood, lymph, etc
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a person's distinctive tendency to show a particular mood and a particular intensity and duration of emotions
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This scale, although in so far artificial, is yet closely suggestive of its origin in nature, and this system of tuning, although not mathematically true, yet satisfies the ear, while it has the convenience that the same twelve fixed tones answer for every key or scale, C♯ becoming identical with D♭, and so on
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The adjustment of the relative pitch of notes in the scale
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Due mixture of qualities; a condition brought about by mutual compromises or concessions
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The adjustment of the intervals of the scale in keyboard instruments so as to adapt them to the purposes of practical harmony: consisting in slight variations of the pitch of the notes from true or "just" intonation in order to make them available in different keys
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an adjustment of the intervals (as in tuning a keyboard instrument) so that the scale can be used to play in different keys excessive emotionalism or irritability and excitability (especially when displayed openly)
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a persons normal manner of thinking, behaving or reacting
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Hence the phrases, bilious or choleric temperament, sanguine temperament, etc
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A person's typical way of responding to his or her environment
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A system of compromises in the tuning of organs, pianofortes, and the like, whereby the tones generated with the vibrations of a ground tone are mutually modified and in part canceled, until their number reduced to the actual practicable scale of twelve tones to the octave
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implying a predominance of one of these fluids and a corresponding influence on the temperament
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pattern of emotional responses considered to be mostly hereditary or constitutional
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Condition with regard to heat or cold; temperature
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plural of temperament
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    [ 'tem-p&-r& ] (noun.) 1832. Italian tempera, literally, temper, from temperare to temper, from Latin.

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