Translation of tempera in Spanish:

tempera

témpera, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛmpərə//ˈtɛmp(ə)rə/

noun

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    témpera feminine
    pintura al temple feminine
    • He combined the tempera technique (pigment mixed with a binder consisting of egg yolk thinned with water) with a cubist style.
    • A green mineral, malachite, similar to azurite in constitution and often found with it, was pulverized to form a strong mid-green pigment, particularly in tempera techniques; there was also a synthetic type.
    • The tempera painting began at the third class period.
    • To this end, students used tempera to create abstract-expressionist paintings that emphasize the visual elements of line, shape, color, rhythm and composition.
    • The omission of a discussion of the basics of oil and tempera painting is not the only place where the book seems to address an informed, if not specialist audience.