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In that formation process of hers, she dipped the smallest of brushes into the largest of pots, and varnished the surface of every object that came under consideration.
He literally looks as if he had been varnished all over.
Years ago, my daughter wrote in marker pen on her varnished pine wardrobe.
Lufthansa Technik has successfully introduced its "Environmentally friendly varnished veneer surfaces" (ULF) research and development project into the VIP completion market.
Many of Van Gogh's French period paintings have been inappropriately varnished in the past and removal of these non-original varnish layers is one of the challenges facing conservators on a world-wide basis today.
The research into this hitherto unknown degradation process of varnished cadmium yellow oil paint allows to better understand the current appearance of the painting," Leeuwestein said.
Many of Van Gogh's French period paintings have been inappropriately varnished in the past, and removal of these nonoriginal varnish layers is one of the challenges facing conservators on a worldwide basis today," Hendriks said in a statement Friday.