Egg tempera is a type of medium used before oils became popular during the Renaissance. The yolk of an egg is mixed with the ground pigment and applied with a soft brush and which dried very rapidly. The term "tempera" in modern times has also been used by some manufacturers to refer to ordinary poster paint, which is a cheap form of gouache that has nothing to do with real egg tempera.

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Ambrose, Daniel
American landscape painter whose oil and egg tempera paintings focus on the coastal environs of the eastern United States.
Hennessy, Renate
Offers original egg tempera paintings and prints by UK artist. Includes contact information.
Keller, Brian T.
Original egg tempera paintings and fine art lithographs include still life, country art, landscape art, and southwestern art. Includes gallery information and artist biography.
Lefkowich, Susan
Greeting cards based on original egg tempera paintings inspired by medieval paintings, Indian textiles, Islamic tile work, and Asian floral motifs.
Paul, Linda
Offers kitchen backsplash tile murals, mosaics, art paintings, and canvas prints.
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