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Painting Techniques Only a sample – there are principles but there are NO RULES
Alla prima A painting done in just one layer
Broken color Layering paint so that the bottom layers show through
Willem De Kooning
Stippling using the tip of the brush to apply dots of color Paul Klee
Impasto Applying very thick paint so that the brushstroke actually leaves a trail in the paint and these trails create texture and shadow.
Vincent Van Gogh
glazing Applying thin coats of paints on top of each other
scraffito Putting on a layer of paint and then scratching back through it to reveal the paint underneath
drybrush Using an almost empty brush to apply the color
scumbling Putting layers of lighter color over layers of darker colors
Sfumato – or smooth blending Blending the paint in a naturalistic way
The steps to making a painting Whether realistic or abstract
imprimatura Putting down a thin layer of color before painting thicker layers on top of it
The underpainting Highlights and details are gradually added. Note the colors are in contrast to what the final colors will be.
Color is gradually added and modeled in both thick and thin layers until the final result is achieved.
http://www.bigblackpig.com/painting/glazing.html A good site to visit for more information
Vincent van Gogh Drawing and Printmaking The Lives of Lines.
Impressionism vs. Post-Impressionism
Oil Painting Water Lilies; by Claude Monet ( ) French Impressionist. This is one of the approximately 250 paintings in the series.
What defines Post-Impressionism?. 1) Name four famous post-impressionistic artists? Van Gogh, Cezanne, Seurat, and Gauguin 2) Give one definitive style.
Value Value is an element of design. Value is defined as the lights and darks in an art work. Value can be black, white and ranges of grays or it can be.
Watercolour Painting VA11. Characteristics of watercolour paintings “Water”colour paintings often look fluid and flowing like water.
Creating form Tips & Demos Watercolor and watermedia painting tips and demonstrations by Ellen Fountain, N.W.S.
Graphite and Values Drawing
Portrait by Spanish Baroque Artist Diego Velazquez Baroque Age 1600’s.
Painting the many different types…. Philip Guston’s Deluge.
ACRYLIC PAINT. Acrylic Paint is fast-drying paint containing pigment suspended in an acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints can be diluted with water,
Self starter… Check through your critical writing using a different colour pen make any necessary corrections and answer my questions.
Value Shape Pattern Texture Repetition Portraiture Positive/Negative Space.
Drawing and Painting Daily Plans Nov 25-27, 2013 Ms. Livoti.
Painting Unit 3: Landscape
Stippling and Crosshatching Creating value with marks and lines.
VAP: Visual Arts Landscape Painting Mrs. Pike. “Mont Sainte Victoire (Barnes)” by Paul Cezanne Write a 5 minute reflection on this landscape painting.
Post-Impressionism Centered in France.
Vincent Van Gogh Vincent Willem Van Gogh was a Dutch painter from Holland. He lived from 1853 to Van Gogh, Portrait of the Artist, 1889.
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