Synonyms for woodcarvings or Related words with woodcarvings

reliquaries              carvings              woodcarving              majolica              ivories              hardstone              polychromed              tapestries              monstrances              marquetry              frescos              statuettes              sgraffito              silverwork              maiolica              bookbindings              altarpieces              hardstones              retablos              goldwork              statuary              tilework              friezes              scrollwork              sarcophagi              embroideries              stuccoes              sgraffiti              terracottas              carvers              stuccowork              grisailles              grotesques              metalwork              woodcarvers              thangkas              hydriai              diptychs              sepulchral              zoomorphic              chimneypieces              polyptychs              plasterwork              overdoors              delftware              steles              polychromy              chalices              azulejos              handpainted             

Examples of "woodcarvings"
Blackened woodcarvings of animals, with simple etched or incised features exposing the original white grain of the wood, are the most well known examples of Tagbanwa woodcarvings or sculpture.
They are also fond of pottery and woodcarvings; they have mud plates with authentic designs that they favor. Their woodcarvings are shown in the form of a pillar with carved designs on them.
Trygg woodcarvings can be identified by the signatures and dates on the bases.
Trygg woodcarvings can be identified by the signatures and dates on the bases.
Trygg woodcarvings can be identified by the signatures and dates on the bases.
Today, Mbayá artisans are known for their necklaces, elaborate basketry, and woodcarvings.
Trygg woodcarvings can be identified by the signatures and dates on the bases.
"La Faute de l'Abbé Mouret de Zola" (Mornay), woodcarvings, book conserved at the Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1922.
Theodoor Verhaegen (4 June 1701 – 25 July 1759) was an 18th-century sculptor from the Southern Netherlands. His woodcarvings are known for its baroque expression.
Chiang Mai is a handicrafts centre, with a variety of antiques, silver jewellery, and embroidery, Thai silks and cottons, basketry, celadon, silverware, furniture, lacquerware, woodcarvings, and parasols.
Tobeen's paintings, drawings and woodcarvings show the traces of his Parisian period and his passion for the poetry in human life.
The museum is located in Nicosia. Collections include examples of Cypriot folk art from the 19th and 20th centuries, including woodcarvings, embroidery, pottery, and national costumes.
Robert Longhurst is an American sculptor who was born in Schenectady, New York in 1949. At an early age he was fascinated by his father’s small figurative woodcarvings.
At the company’s corporate headquarter in Rehau, Germany, Wagner is making art accessible to employees and the public with the Rehau Art gallery, which organizes various events and exhibitions. One such exhibition displays woodcarvings by the Swiss artist Franz Gertsch.
The building which is now the Art House was built in the last quarter of the 19th century for the merchant Vorobjov. It features rich woodcarvings on its façade, decorated in an eclectic style.
Also of note are "Pha Biang" (scarves) and "Pha Kaan" (head cloth scarves), including turbans, bonnets, hats and diadems. Woodcarvings and traditional longhouses are attractive to see in the Kandone Village.
The main shrine hall has no windows. It contains 300-year-old mural paintings of mythical angels. The hall also houses a preaching throne with intricate woodcarvings and gold gilt works of Bangkok design.
Wolfgang Katzheimer the elder (German: Wolfgang Katzheimer der Ältere; c. 1430 — 1508, Bamberg) was a German painter, draftsman, and designer. From 1465 he was master of a workshop in Bamberg that produced paintings and woodcarvings.
The building is made of Indiana limestone, sandstone, and walnut. Interior features include brass accents, fanciful murals, walnut-paneled walls, stained glass windows, and woodcarvings. The external architectural sculpture was created by Leon Hermant and carved by Adolph Wolter.
Built in 1606 the predominantly Mongol styled architecture includes some Chinese and Tibetan features. Inside the monastery there are Ming dynasty murals on display as well as intricate woodcarvings with imperial dragon motifs.