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A '''glue''' is an adhesive. In period, glues were prepared from animals such as [[cow|calf]], [[horse]], [[rabbit]] or [[fish]].
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A '''glue''' is an adhesive. In [[period]], glues were prepared from the hides of animals such as [[cow|calf]], [[horse]], [[rabbit]] or [[fish]].
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Rabbit skin glue is readily available at many fine art supply stores since it is still widely used in the preparation of supports for [[oil painting|oil]] and [[egg tempera]] painting.
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[[category:materials (medieval)]]
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[[category:painting]]

Latest revision as of 02:06, 3 July 2007

A glue is an adhesive. In period, glues were prepared from the hides of animals such as calf, horse, rabbit or fish.

Rabbit skin glue is readily available at many fine art supply stores since it is still widely used in the preparation of supports for oil and egg tempera painting.