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1 Painting Techniques Only a sample – there are principles but there are NO RULES

2 Alla prima A painting done in just one layer

3 Alla Prima

4 Richard Diebenkorn

5 Broken color Layering paint so that the bottom layers show through

6 Paul Cezanne

7 Willem De Kooning

8 Richard Diebenkorn

9 Andy Warhol

10 Stippling using the tip of the brush to apply dots of color Paul Klee

11 Pointillism Seurat

12 Pointillism Seurat

13 Impasto Applying very thick paint so that the brushstroke actually leaves a trail in the paint and these trails create texture and shadow.

14 Vincent Van Gogh

15 Philip Guston

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17 Wayne Thiebaud

18 glazing Applying thin coats of paints on top of each other

19 Morris Louis

20 Richard Deibenkorn

21 Helen Frankenthaler

22 Wayne Thiebaud

23 scraffito Putting on a layer of paint and then scratching back through it to reveal the paint underneath

24 Jean Dubuffet

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27 Cy Twombly

28 drybrush Using an almost empty brush to apply the color

29 Francis Bacon

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31 Claude Monet

32 scumbling Putting layers of lighter color over layers of darker colors

33 J.M.W. Turner

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35 Sfumato – or smooth blending Blending the paint in a naturalistic way

36 Titian

37 Eduard Manet

38 Georgio Morandi

39 The steps to making a painting Whether realistic or abstract

40 imprimatura Putting down a thin layer of color before painting thicker layers on top of it

41 The underpainting Highlights and details are gradually added. Note the colors are in contrast to what the final colors will be.

42 Color is gradually added and modeled in both thick and thin layers until the final result is achieved.

43 Another example

44 A good site to visit for more information


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