Traducción de mural en Español:


mural, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmjʊər(ə)l//ˈmjʊrəl/


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    mural masculino
    • The sixth gallery has a fine collection of Madhubani paintings put up on a mud wall as murals.
    • You can see some contemporary murals on the walls of the buildings behind.
    • A shaft of sunlight illuminates the room briefly, bringing the bright colours of the murals on the walls into sharp relief.
    • His work, often in the form of large murals, painted in situ, has a hard - edged, modern feel.
    • His house became a treasure trove and even his attic walls were covered with murals which he created by candlelight.
    • Painting traditionally was done in tempera in the form of murals on temple walls as well as on cloth and paper.
    • About fifty murals depicting Narcissus survive from Pompeii alone.
    • This could include both structural and superficial changes, such as the wall murals and graffiti.
    • His murals aimed to convert the illiterate and heterogeneous masses to a realization of the miseries and futilities of war.
    • She spent much of her time in the school's hallways creating murals on the walls.
    • Saturn is one of the so called Black Paintings - murals Goya painted on the walls of his home near Madrid.
    • Traditional murals are painted directly onto the wall and so are not at all flexible.
    • Impossible to miss from the walls are the vast murals that adorn the sides of buildings in the Protestant and Catholic areas.
    • In the late 1930s he also painted several murals under the auspices of the Federal Art Project.
    • Games have been painted on the playgrounds and murals on the walls.
    • He has also executed murals in ceramic and glass tiles as well as on wall and ceilings.
    • Very few of Klimt's paintings were done on canvases, as he preferred to paint murals.
    • He repaired the old monastery church and adorned it with murals painted in the fresco technique typical of the time.
    • The walls of its entryway have murals depicting scenes honoring the Spanish and Mayan heritages.
    • Throughout the twenties, his fame grew with a number of large murals depicting scenes from Mexican history.