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Definition of Impastoed
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Literary usage of Impastoed
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1. Life of Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Painter, from His Autobiography by Benjammin Robert Haydon (1853)
"... heads are impastoed like oil. " 2nd. Tints are mixed. " 3rd. It is not perpetual glazing. " 4th. ..."
2. The Practice of Oil Painting and of Drawing as Associated with it by Solomon Joseph Solomon (1910)
"It will be seen in the impastoed white cloth around the bronze vase, which is again warmed with asphaltum. There are no signs of changes made, ..."
3. Reminiscences of Charles West Cope, R.A. by Charles Henry Cope (1891)
"Appears to be painted or impastoed without much oil first, but laid on thickly with colour (opaque) afterwards. Look like objects in a looking-glass. ..."