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Explores the term that defines the painting technique combining materials such as water, lime mortar, plaster, and egg. — “Fresco - Wikipedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The first chapel's right wall has a frescoed Nativity attributed to the Moncalvo; Agar & Angel by Giovanni Andrea de Ferrari. The 3rd chapel is frescoed by St. Thomas Aquinas before Crucifixion. — “Basilica della Santissima Annunziata del Vastato - Wikipedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The interior has a rectangular court with a double loggia, frescoed walls (c. 1540-1630) and an octagonal well. In the first floor, all the rooms are frescoed with mythological themes, most of them from the Aeneid, the Orlando Furioso and the Bible. — “Palazzo Besta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Oh, What comfort was that sound to me, a child, When in my dark and silent room I lay, Besieged by terrors, longing for the dawn! Whate'er I see or hear, recalls to mind Some vivid image, recollection sweet; Sweet in itself, but O how bitter made By painful sense of present suffering, By idle longing for the past, though sad, And by the still recurring thought, " I was "! Yon gallery that looks upon the west; Those frescoed walls, these painted herds, the sun Just rising o'er the solitary plain, My idle hours with thousand pleasures filled, While busy Fancy, at my side, still spread Her bright illusions, wheresoe'er I went. — “Complete poems” by Giacomo Leopardi
The man was a Norman, taller than the average of the French and very angular; and his swarthy figure stood dark against a square of sunlight, almost like some allegoric figure of labour frescoed on a ground of gold. — “The Man who was Thursday” by GK Chesterton