In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(cloth)lona feminine(bag/shoes) de lona(chair) de lona(chair) de loneta
- The camp is a level, dusty wilderness, the barren sameness of the plain broken only by row upon regimented row of bleached canvas tents.
- But France heard the call and responded giving just enough to cross the finish line a mere canvas ahead of Great Britain.
- Leather is a key material for the season, along with parachute silk, cotton poplin, cotton canvas and shining silk.
- China and Russia made a race of the women's pair C final crossing the line within half a canvas of each other - China in front.
- He makes a detailed drawing before he starts painting with oils on canvas or linen.
- Only 250 metres was left and the United States had barely a canvas over Great Britain.
- The cast members will be subsisting on 1897 type supplies: canvas tents, no mosquito repellent, canned and dry goods.
- Bingham sprang from the car, hauling an old blue and gold canvas duffle bag.
- Pulling out a final sprint Todorovich and Popovic reduced a boat length deficit down to a canvas as they closed in on Greece.
- Ropes, canvas, tent poles, rugs, and oil for lamps were all there.
- New Zealand had the best of the start holding half a canvas at 500 gone.
- Herdsmen dwell in large tents made of canvas or woven yak wool.
- Most of the miners lived in canvas tents, some of them large enough to accommodate several men, and there were a few log cabins.
- Each ship was carrying gunpowder and the ships were made of wood with canvas sails.
- Under the dripping red and white striped canvas of her tent, the secretary of Appleby Show summed up the day.
- However Great Britain had a true race on their hands as Slovenia put the pressure on staying within a canvas of Great Britain throughout the race.
- He kept the heat on Hungary right to the line finishing a mere canvas behind.
- Eventually he saw them; the large wooden wagons covered with heavy canvas cloth and drawn by oxen.
- In the final sprint barely a canvas separated Germany, Estonia and Great Britain with this order remaining the same at the finish.
- Dacron sails have also largely replaced canvas sailcloth.
- Two spots were available and coming out of the start four boats remained within a canvas of each other.
- In Lucerne it was a dead heat with Italy and in Munich barely a canvas separated them and Belarus.
- The attack came as hundreds of troops were eating lunch under a large dining tent constructed of canvas and metal.
- Behind them hundreds of canvas tents stretch into the flat spaces of the desert.
- Fabrics such as twill, poplin, canvas, suede, denim and wool are also available in a variety of styles.
- Sailcloth is a very strong, heavy canvas or duck made in plain weave.
- As he walked a little farther into the room he looked at the two beanbag shaped chairs made of unbleached cotton canvas which were placed on either side of the table and then he went over and sat in one.
- On a private patch of island we have a large green canvas safari tent.
- Cover shrubs, the ground, and walkways with canvas drop cloths.
- The fabrics include washed denims, soft poplins, heavy canvas, twills, and yarn-dyed plaids.
1.2(in boxing, wrestling)the canvas — la lona
1.3(for embroidery)cañamazo masculine
- They may be school children but this does not stop them from weaving stories on canvas.
- If politics was one thread weaving through the canvas of John MacKenna's young life, then teaching was another.
- I could see the weave of the canvas underneath in places.
- Tirianna carefully sneaked over to the tapestry and Sicirin pulled her beneath the embroidered canvas.
(for painting)lienzo masculinetela feminine
- Once the canvas is prepared, the size and texture of the canvas determines the subject of the piece.
- The final piece is a blank canvas accompanied by a block of dense text larger than the work itself.
- His show's roughly two dozen pieces offered up his standard menu of hectic and deliberately crude brushwork on ratty-looking unstretched canvases.
- His hard-edged geometric paintings on diamond-shaped canvases were inspired by artists such as Piet Mondrian and Josef Albers.
- The larger pieces are completed on canvases while the smaller pieces use a wooden surface.
- There is at least a tacit nod to the unprepared canvases of Color Field paintings.
- From the center of the room, both small and large pieces looked like pulled fabric across a canvas.
- For this technique the canvas was usually prepared with no more than a preliminary coating of glue size.
- The piece is divided into two separate canvases so that if the Blumenthals ever move to a home with lower ceilings, they can still display the artwork.
- The second group consists of abstract paintings on stretched canvases.
- Some pieces incorporate canvases printed with archival photographs - anonymous aerial views and street scenes.
- The first parcel arrived, but it contained paintings on thin canvases, and the range of colours was limited to those that Eli Jah had been able to obtain.
- It is more difficult upon a piece of white paper to deceive the expert spectator than it is with a lot of oil paint upon a canvas.
- Coming prepared with several canvases already smudged with charcoal outlines she readied her supplies.
- In the Black Paintings of Frank Stella, symmetry locks the image to the surface of the canvas.
- Ever resourceful, she has even discovered a supplier of prepared canvasses and water based oil paint in Naklua.
- Both Warhol and Rauschenberg extended the technique by screenprinting a design onto a canvas to serve as the basis of a painting.
- Fuzzy black material on the canvas's surface creates high relief topped by white paint, as in a model of choppy waters seen from above.
- Each student has produced a painting on a circular canvas, a linocut, two ceramic plates, and a piece of text.
- Very few of Klimt's paintings were done on canvases, as he preferred to paint murals.
(Painting)cuadro masculinelienzo masculine formaltela feminine formal
- Below it is the Cubist Gallery, filled with canvases by Picasso, Braque, and Gris as well as sculptures by Matisse and Giacometti.
- It's a little as if each hard-edged shape in her precisely chaotic canvases were a piece extracted from an entirely different jigsaw puzzle.
- A conceptual dimension arises from Caillouet's addition of words imprinted in the surfaces of her monochrome canvases, which are shown in multipaneled groups.
- She activates the luscious surfaces of her mostly poured and splashed oil-and-alkyd canvases by means of clashing colors and textures.
- This is most notable in the new sense of a journey across the paintings, from dawn to bright daylight to night, revealed after the removal of the dark varnishes on the canvases by Muller and Delacroix.
- Even today, Gauguin's canvases strike viewers with their raw power, and not surprisingly they shocked Parisian audiences of his own time.
- He published three books of poetry, painted landscapes and abstract expressionist canvases, and played what he called cowboy harmonica for just about anyone who would listen.
- His colorful canvases often depict peasant life in Mexico, which he transformed into magical scenes.
- This sort of abstract illusionism brings to mind certain early canvases by Bridget Riley.
- These vibrant color fields have an affinity with the spiritual-esthetic aura of Mark Rothko's canvases.
- Also included in the exhibition are canvasses by Gauguin and a late ‘Bathers’ by Cezanne.
- Unabashedly physical, the surfaces of Bhavsar's canvases luxuriate in a granular abundance of color.
- The show also featured earlier work: six canvases and four smaller pastel drawings.
- The resulting painterly effects evoke old-master canvases as well as introductory chapters in the history of photography.
- The 40 canvasses, watercolours, drawings, photographs and sculptures all have a Thai ambiance, though not all subjects are landscapes.
- During the 1930s his work included large canvases depicting the life of working people in a style influenced by Picasso and Léger.
- In the course of that summer, he completed 30 canvases and 20 drawings; Matisse around half that number.
- Another show sporting canvases with geometric surfaces is Simon Ingram's Garden at Vavasour Godkin.
- They left with a dozen paintings - including canvases by Rembrandt, Manet, Degas and Vermeer - worth a staggering $300m.
- This exhibition brings together seven of J.M.W. Turner's large canvases along with 96 watercolors, a number of which are related to the paintings.
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