Definition of decalcomania in the English dictionary
The definition of decalcomania in the dictionary is the art or process of transferring a design from prepared paper onto another surface, such as china, glass or paper. Other definition of decalcomania is a design so transferred.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «DECALCOMANIA» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about decalcomania
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DECALCOMANIA»
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Deleuze and Geophilosophy: A Guide and Glossary
See Mass. DECALCOMANIA [décalcomanie]: the mimetic process of lifting a
code, image, or text from one medium, then transferring it to another without
transforming it; the practice of tracing or representation DG oppose to
Mark Bonta, John Protevi, 2004
Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States
for the purchase of decalcomania which Is applied to airplanes, cars, and other
property of the Civil Aeronautics Administration for identification purposes. This
Purchase Order was returned with the explanation that the Procurement Division
United States. General Accounting Office, 1946
Pulsation in Architecture
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2008) experimenfing wiTh This magnificafion and wondered if This is a naTural
sysTem, how do you deploy if? How do you work wiTh iT? Do you Try To conTrol
Eric Goldemberg, 2011
Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas, Recipes and Processes: ...
DECALCOMANIA PROCESSES: See also Chromos, Copying Processes, and
Transfer Processes. The decalcomania process of transferrin pictures requires
that the print (usua y in colors)~be made on a specially prepared paper. Prints
Gardner Dexter Hiscox, 1930
The price list set out for the first time the available decorations in overglaze and
underglaze prints and decalcomania special gold treatments, and also Walter's
two-color "duo tone" prints. Although the catalogue carries no date, the
Cleota Reed, Stan Skoczen, 1997
Organic Synthesis with Palladium Compounds
3.2.4 Principles 5 and 6: Cartography and Decalcomania Cartography can be
described as “the method of mapping for orientation from any point of entry within
a 'whole,' rather than by the method of tracing that re-presents an a priori path, ...
Jiro Tsuji, 1980
Henley's twentieth century formulas, recipes and processes
DAMASKEENING—DECALCOMANIA PROCESSES Oil of clove. . . . . . . . 250
been eaten away, remove the plate from the bath, cleanse it with a little
hydrochloric acid to remove any traces of oxide of copper which might agpear on
the lines of ...
Modern Art: A Critical Introduction
Her painting Sea Star I (1944) is the product of what the surrealists called
decalcomania – where a painted surface is pressed against another and then
pulled apart again to reveal a textured surface. The chance evocation of form by
Pam Meecham, Julie Sheldon, 2013
The Poetry of Charles Tomlinson: Border Lines
Certainly the process of sliding paper windows over the randomly generated
designs in his decalcomania — waiting for some piece of the whole to inspire him
by virtue of this chance outlining — helps illumine his abiding interest as poet in ...
Judith P. Saunders, 2003
Narrating the Catastrophe: An Artist's Dialogue with Deleuze ...
Decalcomania is all about tracing. An artistic technique that involves the transfer
of images from one surface to another, usually from prints or engravings to
pottery, it was popularised during the ceramic transfer craze of the mid-1870s
and later ...
Jac Saorsa, 2012
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DECALCOMANIA»
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See hidden city of Gojo unfold in 'A Midsummer's Fantasia'
"It's like a decalcomania. There are the same elements on both sides. They look similar, but they're different. I wanted the two stories to be ... «AsiaOne, Jun 15»
Will Self: Stuck in a train toilet, I see the future of urban Britain …
It wasn't the end of this decalcomania by any means: the dinky sink was backed by Big Ben; the ventilation panel in the door was bracketed by ... «New Statesman, Apr 15»
Macy's Arts Sampler at UC Clermont College on March 7
1 - 2 p.m. DECALCOMANIA - A technique used by Surrealist painters to find hidden imagery in a piece of art. Children and adults alike can join ... «University of Cincinnati, Mar 15»
Behind the Scenes: Tom Hooper
... Max Ernst who too experimented with numerous processes, specifically decalcomania, where recognition and resemblance were brought out ... «Huffington Post, Nov 14»
What If Joni Ernst Were More Like Max Ernst?
January 2015: At her swearing in, Joni promises to apply decalcomania to the Constitution. May 2015: Joni's thick German accent renders her ... «Wonkette, Nov 14»
Dali Museum opens new exhibit
In his painting, La Soif (Thirst), Dali used a technique called decalcomania, or folding a piece of paper with wet ink inside and then peeling it ... «The Hawkeye, Oct 14»
10 words that are badly broken
In English we shortened it from decalcomania, which came from French décalcomanie, a mania for tracing things, from de plus calquer ("trace") ... «The Week Magazine, Jun 14»
You ART what you eat! Salad arranged in the style of abstract …
An image of Decalcomania by Rene Magritte, on which on of the salads was based. In tests, volunteers preferred the flavour of the artistic dish ... «Daily Mail, Jun 14»
Lydia Velasco: Unique matriarchy in the visual arts
The technique applied by Chigoe is called “decalcomania,” defined as “the art or process of transferring pictures and designs from specially ... «Inquirer.net, Jun 14»
Barber's bowl was used to collect suds
The back of each reads Canada Decalcomania Co. Limited, Scarborough, and also includes a Dri-Mark logo. They are 62 centimetres across ... «Waterloo Record, May 14»
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