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The development of oil painting techniques

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The development of oil painting techniques is closely linked to the evolution of Western painting. Usually this development, presented in chronological order, goes from Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque, Classic, New Classical, to Romance, Impressive, Post-Impressive, Modern, Post-Modern. Brian Thomas’s book “Vision and tecniques in European painting” (Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1952) examined the development of […]

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Abstract history of oil painting techniques

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The oldest civilization in the Mediterranean region, including Rome, Greece and Egypt (6th century BC – 4th century) knew how to mix the colors found in nature with beeswax (encaustic). ) to draw. From the end of the ancient Roman period (4th century) to the beginning of the Renaissance (15th century), that ancient technique was […]

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How important of oil painting technique?

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It would be a mistake to say that oil paint is “the material of democracy” so that “everyone can draw but not necessarily painters”. Yes, no one is forbid you to use oil brush or pen to paint oil color on your canvas. But that doesn’t mean you can paint oil. Also, using your fingers […]

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