Marmorino is an Italian plaster known in the rest of the world under the most disparate names: Venetian plaster, polished plaster, stucco paint, Venetian paint and many more. Venetian Marmorino is a type of plaster or stucco. It is made with lime putty (calcium hydroxide, Ca (OH)2) and is used for interior and exterior wall decorations. Marmorino plaster can be finished with multiple techniques for a variety of matt, satin, and glossy final effects. Marmorino is composed of ground marble and slaked lime. It can be colored in a wide range of colors. There are various effects that can be obtained: from that of polished marble with fresco painted veins to that of natural stone, up to the most common, the monochrome one with light-dark shades.