Definition of Palekh in English:

Palekh

Syllabification: Pa·lekh
Pronunciation: /ˈpäˌlek, -ˌleKH
 
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noun

[as modifier]
Denoting a type of Russian iconography or a style of miniature painting on boxes, trays, and other small items.
More example sentences
  • The journalists presented Renata with a Palekh lacquerware coffer.’
  • Palekh painting wasn't born accidentally.
  • Kholui miniatures share some traits with both Palekh and Mstera art, yet maintain a distinctive lyrical quality of their own.

Origin

from the name of a town northeast of Moscow renowned for this type of work.

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