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24/02/2017

Oil painting tutorial meticulous work in the background

Local demand a lot of detailed work background, apply a thin layer of gray and cooked brown, thin to as if in watercolours. In background and there are many detailed items in detail, but it doesn't need much more special color. Just continue to use the gray and brown. Placed in the second day after painting. The second local demand about four hours.


There is no complete dry due to the character and background, I start the third local still life. In puts full color palette, using a get worked up a time to draw the fruit. Green, black and ivory, light chrome yellow out, or with a blue and yellow, white color. In the same way to complete the scenery outside the window. The third local needs about 3 hours.

(by frank auerbach paintings)

22/02/2017

Tamara de Lempicka Girl in a Green Dress the traditional painting pattern

Tamara de Lempicka Girl in a Green Dress to stroke disease in bold and unrestrained, make the strong, bright color is full of strong sense of power, the performance of inner emotions. More composition with symbol of colour and modelling, traditional form contrast with work space, have a descriptive and mysterious atmosphere. Description with geometric form artistic image, to create the picture is a world full of their order. Their works as the symbol of the oil painting landscape upheaval.

(by Tamara de Lempicka paintings)

22/11/2016

thomas kinkade Artistic themes and style

Recurring features of Kinkade's paintings are their glowing highlights and saturated pastel colors. Rendered in highly idealistic values of American scene painting, his works often portray bucolic and idyllic settings such as gardens, streams, stone cottages, lighthouses and Main Streets. His hometown of Placerville (where his works are omnipresent) was the inspiration for many of his street and snow scenes. He also depicted various Christian themes including the Christian cross and churches.

Thomas Kinkade said he was placing emphasis on the value of simple pleasures and that his intent was to communicate inspirational, life-affirming messages through his paintings. A self-described "devout Christian" (even giving all four of his children the middle name "Christian"[8]), Kinkade believed he gained his inspiration from his religious beliefs and that his work was intended to contain a larger moral dimension. He also said that his goal as an artist was to touch people of all faiths and to bring a sense of peace into their lives through the images he created.[citation needed] Many pictures contain specific chapter-and-verse allusions to Bible passages.

by thomas kinade paintings

http://www.painting1st.com/thomas-kinkade-c-4122/

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