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varnished

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also shellacked.) Really varnished, he was. Couldn’t see a hole in a ladder.
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All the varnished samples have been kept for 5 weeks in the room temperature in parallel to the ground plane without any exposure to any direct sunlight (Figure / Sekil 4).
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.
It may be several days before the varnished floor reaches full hardness - again, see the instructions on the tin.
Adhesion, hardness, and gloss tests were performed on stained and varnished surfaces in order to determine the suitability of ebru art on wood and wood-based products.
Apart from needing a clean, at some stage this picture has been varnished - fine for an oil painting, but sadly this is in Kilburne's favoured medium, watercolour, heightened with bodycolour.
I have ugly stained and varnished doors and trim in my house.
Impregnated and varnished wood specimens of Scots pine and chestnut were kept under open air and the changes of color, hardness, brightness, and surface bonding strength were measured.