Traducción de charcoal en Español:


carbón (vegetal), n.

Pronunciación /ˈtʃɑːkəʊl//ˈtʃɑrˌkoʊl/


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    carbón (vegetal) masculino
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    carboncillo masculino
    carbonilla femenino Río de la Plata
    before noun charcoal drawing dibujo a la carbonilla masculino Río de la Plata
    • On view until October 29, the exhibit presents 55 of the 300 known watercolors, pastels and charcoals by the late artist - many of which have never been seen before.
    • He uses oil, watercolor, charcoal, and serigraphs to depict his subjects.
    • Moorthy is adept at drawing with pencil, charcoal, watercolours, oils et al and has participated in several exhibitions.
    • Painters used either this mixture or charcoal to trace the first outlines of the fresco composition.
    • These 60 drawings show Picasso's work on paper with pencil, charcoal, ink and gouache.
    • If a visitor familiar with the charcoals had come in not knowing this was a show of Weiss's prints, it would have become apparent only when she or he came face to face with the central image in Thoughts, a lithograph.
    • The portfolio mostly held unfinished charcoals or watercolors, some activities to work on flowing lines and facial expressions, and a few sketches and watercolors of different types of flowers.
    • When people think of two-dimensional art, they usually think of work done in oil, watercolor, pastel or charcoal.
    • Her mind strangely quiet as she followed, the well-lit and clearly labeled works of oils, watercolors, and charcoals were barely noticed.
    • The heavy toolboxes of oils and watercolors and charcoals lined the walls, and the trunk of canvases and boards went opposite the window.
    • A tour de force of transcription, the new drawings exhibit a nearly sculptural manipulation of charcoal.
    • She sketched him, languid on the couch in her studio, in charcoals, and when she gave it to him, he looked pleased and told her she had insight.
    • ‘If you've no wish to sell the charcoals,’ Rachel began, ‘I don't at all blame you.'
    • They include such materials as soil, sand, rice flour, ash, white cement, charcoal or pigment, rubbed onto paper or canvas.
    • Their work covers everything from still life to chilling engravings of the holocaust, charcoals of the human form and sculptures of animals.
    • Karen Spence is originally from Belfast, but now living in Co Leitrim and her exhibition shows drawings in charcoal, graphite and pencil on paper.
    • The large charcoals on paper reveal swift gestural movements that resolve into a solitary cabin in a white field or length of heavy chain drifting to the bottom of the sea.
    • This has been done in three media - pencil, charcoal and watercolours.
    • I hope to learn to use oil paint, clay and charcoal.
    • Contemporary portrait artists work in a variety of media - from oils and acrylics to charcoal, graphite and pastels.
    • Unwrapping furiously, Alex arranged her new sticks of charcoal, sketching pencils and chalks in the box she'd bought to store them in.
    • His misty combinations of watercolour, charcoal and pen depict Dali-esque distorted nudes and giant, well-articulated insects.
    • Done in charcoal and displaying occasional smudges, these drawings are unabashedly hand-drawn, but the images are as deadpan as ever.
    • His first two solo shows were a blizzard of styles, combining watercolours and charcoals, landscapes and portraits, and religious paintings crafted lovingly by a committed atheist.
    • Mr. Lake accepted, introduced Sara as ‘Miss Kreyssler, a friend visiting from abroad’, and then pointedly asked their thoughts and views on the charcoals while offering no hint to what he himself thought.
    • The range of work shown in charcoal, pencil and brush and ink drawings that came out of David Curtis' drawing class were a surprise.
    • Using watercolours or charcoal and pencil, she uses textured surfaces to suggest the organic natural continuity of her subject matter.
    • The artist may have neglected to size the canvas properly, or may have used odd substances like charcoal which is incompatible with oil paint.
    • In fact, he asked me to find him an artist with a high level of ability for charcoals.
    • Sudduth usually begins his paintings by sketching his subject on plywood with pencil, charcoal or a soft stone.
    • He also drew while lying in bed, using sticks of charcoal stuck to the ends of long poles to draw on the walls.
    • Since then, Jayant has dabbled with oil on canvas, watercolour, charcoal, acrylic, clay and plaster of Paris.
    • The Edinburgh collection - 27 oils, prints, pastels and charcoals - is undeniably striking.