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Pouncing is an art technique used for transferring an image from one surface to another. It is similar to tracing, and is useful for creating copies of a sketch outline to produce finished works. Pouncing has been a common technique for centuries, used to create copies of portraits and other works that would be finished as oil paintings, engravings, and so on. The most common method involves laying semi-transparent paper over the original image, then tracing along the lines of the image by creating pricked marks on the top sheet of paper. This pounced drawing made of pricked holes is laid over a new working surface. A powder such as chalk, graphite or pastel is forced through the holes to leave an outline on the working surface below, thus transferring the image. The powder is applied by b

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  • Lo spolvero è una tecnica pittorica che permette di riportare un disegno su varie superfici. Nello “spolvero” si disegna dapprima a grandezza naturale la rappresentazione su un cartone preparatorio e con un ago o un'altra punta si perforano fittamente i contorni del disegno. Successivamente si appoggia il cartone forato alla superficie da disegnare e si tamponano le parti perforate con un sacchetto di tela riempito con carboncino, grafite o sanguigna. I disegni dei cartoni d'arazzo, debitamente ricalcati, venivano riportati sui fili d'ordito di un telaio ad alto liccio in questo modo.
  • Le spolvero est le terme italien (du mot polvere « poudre ») qui définit la technique de transfert d'un dessin préparatoire sur le support de la composition picturale. Cette technique est également appelée technique de transfert au poncif. Cette méthode fut abondamment utilisée à la Renaissance italienne dans le travail des ateliers et surtout celui malaisé des fresques sur les voûtes des édifices. Certaines peintures à fresque conservent encore les traces de spolveri.
  • Pouncing is an art technique used for transferring an image from one surface to another. It is similar to tracing, and is useful for creating copies of a sketch outline to produce finished works. Pouncing has been a common technique for centuries, used to create copies of portraits and other works that would be finished as oil paintings, engravings, and so on. The most common method involves laying semi-transparent paper over the original image, then tracing along the lines of the image by creating pricked marks on the top sheet of paper. This pounced drawing made of pricked holes is laid over a new working surface. A powder such as chalk, graphite or pastel is forced through the holes to leave an outline on the working surface below, thus transferring the image. The powder is applied by b
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  • Le spolvero est le terme italien (du mot polvere « poudre ») qui définit la technique de transfert d'un dessin préparatoire sur le support de la composition picturale. Cette technique est également appelée technique de transfert au poncif. Cette méthode fut abondamment utilisée à la Renaissance italienne dans le travail des ateliers et surtout celui malaisé des fresques sur les voûtes des édifices. Le carton portant le dessin à la taille définitive était percé, sur ses détails caractéristiques, d'une série de trous pratiqués avec une pointe (d'os ou métallique). Un sachet contenant une poudre de charbon de bois ou de sinopia permettait le transfert par tamponnage depuis le carton vers le support final ; les traces transférées par les assistants permettaient alors de compléter l'esquisse suivant les dessins du maître, qui finissait le travail pictural par les méthodes traditionnelles de la fresque ou de la tempera. Certaines peintures à fresque conservent encore les traces de spolveri. Cette méthode a permis également les reports en série d'un même motif en peinture traditionnelle mais aussi en porcelaine et céramique.
  • Lo spolvero è una tecnica pittorica che permette di riportare un disegno su varie superfici. Nello “spolvero” si disegna dapprima a grandezza naturale la rappresentazione su un cartone preparatorio e con un ago o un'altra punta si perforano fittamente i contorni del disegno. Successivamente si appoggia il cartone forato alla superficie da disegnare e si tamponano le parti perforate con un sacchetto di tela riempito con carboncino, grafite o sanguigna. Tolto il cartone, si riporta quindi una traccia a puntini che, se insufficientemente dettagliata, si provvede a ricalcare congiungendo i vari punti e completando il disegno o tramite un carboncino o tramite un pennellino bagnato per stemperare i puntini. Se per il ricalco si utilizza un foglio trasparente o un lucido la riproduzione di un'immagine risulta abbastanza precisa. Tecnica antica, usata nella decorazione muraria e dai grandi artisti rinascimentali per evitare dei ripensamenti sull'affresco. Era applicata in molti campi, anche per la decorazione della ceramica e della porcellana per la produzione in serie o per facilitare chi non sa disegnare. I disegni dei cartoni d'arazzo, debitamente ricalcati, venivano riportati sui fili d'ordito di un telaio ad alto liccio in questo modo. Oggi con l'introduzione delle carte da ricalco e le novità tecnologiche come diapositive, riproduzioni fotografiche o fotostatiche, l'uso di questa tecnica è meno praticato.
  • Pouncing is an art technique used for transferring an image from one surface to another. It is similar to tracing, and is useful for creating copies of a sketch outline to produce finished works. Pouncing has been a common technique for centuries, used to create copies of portraits and other works that would be finished as oil paintings, engravings, and so on. The most common method involves laying semi-transparent paper over the original image, then tracing along the lines of the image by creating pricked marks on the top sheet of paper. This pounced drawing made of pricked holes is laid over a new working surface. A powder such as chalk, graphite or pastel is forced through the holes to leave an outline on the working surface below, thus transferring the image. The powder is applied by being placed into a small bag of thin fabric such as cheesecloth, then dabbed onto the pricked holes of the pounced drawing.
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