A wallcovering made from a paste of gelled linseed oil and woodflour spread on heavy canvas and embossed with a pattern.

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  • Lincrusta — is an embossed fabric used for covering walls, similar in style to anaglypta. It was invented by Frederick Walton in 1877 and is also called Lincrusta Walton or Lincrusta Walton. It was designed to emulate more expensive materials and hence be… …   Wikipedia

  • Lincrusta — Tapete in einer Jugendstil Apotheke in Stuttgart (floraler Dekor, Original von 1901) Linkrusta bzw. Lincrusta ist ein Kunstwort aus den beiden lateinischen Wortbestandteilen Linum (lat.: Leinen ) und Crusta (lat.: harte Schale ). Es ist ein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lincrusta — Lincrusta, s. Linoleum …   Lexikon der gesamten Technik

  • lincrusta — /lin krusˈtə/ noun A thick, embossed type of wallpaper ORIGIN: L līnum flax, and crusta rind, on the analogy of ↑linoleum …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lincrusta — Lin|crụs|ta: ↑Linkrusta. Lin|krụs|ta, Lincrusta, die; [Kunstwort]: abwaschbarer Wandbelag mit reliefartiger Prägung …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Lincrusta — Lin|crus|ta* [...k...] vgl. ↑Linkrusta …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Lincrusta — Lin·crus·ta …   English syllables

  • Lincrusta Walton — Lincrusta Walton, eine Art Linoleum (s.d.) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • LINCRUSTA WALTON —    a plastic material invented by Walton, capable of being moulded into raised patterns for decorating walls, &c …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Lincrusta Walton — |linˌkrəstəˈwȯltən, ltən trademark used for a heavy fabric coated with thickened and colored linseed oil, stamped with decorative designs, and used to cover walls and ceilings …   Useful english dictionary

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