The magic of antiquity: fresco
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The term "fresco" comes from the Italian phrase "a fresco" - letter to the cheese, still fresh lime ground paints (pigments), divorced water or paint.
Fresco was widespread in past era. She knew in ancient Greece, wrote it in ancient Rome, Byzantium, in Russia H H-II centuries (in Kiev, Novgorod, Pskov). The heyday of this type occur in Renaissance paintings.
In this technique created the most significant and outstanding works of wall. In Russia it worked masters such as Andrei Rublev and Dionysius. In the Renaissance in Italy - Raphael, Michelangelo and many others.
In our time fresco is widely used as application design interiors and exteriors, allowing you to create historical stylization, vs. space under a single artistic conception.
The interior, she performed the same role as paintings, allowing the premises to solve sophisticated design and elegant style. Stylistics is chosen and invited to the fresco, depending on the aesthetic tastes and desires of the client, destination premises, as well as its corporate identity. Perfect for interior decoration of shops, cafes, restaurants, private interiors.
Always topical dekoratorsky reception - the creation of wall paintings "obmanok", a tradition rooted in ancient Greece and Rome. Current safety vehicle when it is necessary to visually expand the boundaries of the premises - fresco, which allows non breaking walls and no roof snowpark, to create the desired interior
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