graining : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a texture like that of wood
- v thoroughly work in
- v paint (a surface) to make it look like stone or wood
- v form into grains
- v become granular
- So little in art is new: what Mantegna was doing with this play of illusion was not so far from the wood graining and stencils in Georges Braque's Cubist paintings more than 400 .
- His technique, which he calls intaglio, is really a combination of many methodsengraving, etching with acid, gouging, graining with sand.
- Moreover, Braque had been a house painter's apprentice and thoroughly understood the techniques of wood graining and false-finishing.
News & Articles
- Cauliflower 'couscous' salad with plums and prosciutto
Graining cauliflower is a great alternative to rice, quinoa, or couscous. Pairing plums and proscuitto makes for a playful sweet, tart, and salty combination in this salad.
Aug. 9, 2013 - The Christian Science Monitor
- Nico Rosberg in Yahoo! Eurosport UK
We've had a productive day and I am feeling comfortable in the car although the tyres were a challenge again with graining and various issues,Rosberg stated. "The option didn't seem to work well but it was the same for everyone and we made...
- Mark Webber in USA Today
We were pleasantly surprised with the pace,Webber said. "We're going to have a tight fight with everyone tomorrow, but the car ran really well. There was some graining with the option tire, but they'll get better as the track rubbers in."