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Academy of Realist Art Edinburgh is now the Edinburgh Atelier of Fine Art. This is an overview of the EAFA programme from first drawings to finished still-life painting. Visit www.edinburghatelieroffineart.com
Support me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/sergeygusev http://www.sergey-gusev.com https://www.facebook.com/sergey.gusev.fineart In this video tutorial I will show how to paint a man's portrait using colours of old painters: ochre, umber, ultramarine and white. I am using a knife only. I blend colours on the palette and paint the portrait using my palette knives of different sizes, Thanks for watching! Subscribe to my channel - new portrait paintings are coming in a few days! Easy Way To learn how the old masters painted.
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http://art.webartacademy.com/join-the-club Oil Painting Techniques 'Fat over Lean' rule Oil paint is a slow drying artists' material that gives more time to change the colour, texture or shape of the artwork. It dries by oxidation, not evaporation, and therefore holds its texture and volume after drying. There is one basic rule fine artists should observe in oil painting. It is called 'fat over lean'. This means that each new layer of paint should contain more oil than the layer below. If each additional layer contains less oil, the final painting might crack and peel. The paint with the higher oil content remains more flexible. Working in Layers Working in layers is used when painting requires more than one session. The first layer may be a ground, usually applied all over the surface....
http://oilpaintingdemos.blogspot.com for full tutorial downloads http://www.josvanriswick.com for availability / pricing of paintings. New still life time lapse demo. This one took quite a long time for some reason, so I made a somewhat longer time lapse this time. Photo will be published on my website after I add some glaze... sorry for the no music btw, but when I search for 'bach' in the 150.000 available sound tracks on youtube I only get 4 hits. (?)
Little is known of Adam de Coster, the Flemish candlelight painter famous for his stunning nocturnes of Caravaggio-like subjects. In this short video, we bring to life A Young Woman Holding a Distaff Before a Lit Candle, a highlight of Sotheby’s Mas
In this Video Baumann talks about glazing with oils on paintings to bring out true color. He also talks about how oil paint are made, the difference of acrylic paint, and why oil painting is preferred. Plein Air master painter and PBS artist Stefan Baumann host of "The Grand View" America's National Parks" travels the American landscape painting outdoor painting in oil. Art investors who love collecting western, still life, and flower paintings love his work and he has been collected by noted American's such as the Anninburgs, Morgans, Rockfellers, and former President Regan and is collected by top fortune 500 corporations. His work is listed among the top artists of American History such as Moran, Bierstadt, Sargent, Payne, Hulings, Schmid, gallery. He can be seen painting by his RV moto...
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; 15 July 1606 – 4 October 1669) was a Dutch painter and etcher. He is generally considered one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art and the most important in Dutch history.His contributions to art came in a period of great wealth and cultural achievement that historians call the Dutch Golden Age when Dutch Golden Age painting, although in many ways antithetical to the Baroque style that dominated Europe, was extremely prolific and innovative, and gave rise to important new genres in painting.
http://art.webartacademy.com/join-the-club Vermeer's Palette Rembrandt's Palette Velázquez's Palette Titian's Palette Anders Zorn Palette Van Dyck's Palette http://art.webartacademy.com/join-the-club We are fine art teachers Natalie Richy and Vladimir London, and have created the Web Art Academy for fine art students who want to learn traditional oil painting and drawing techniques. The fine art video lessons presented in the Club are valuable for both beginning and advanced students. If you have just recently started your fine art education, this course would be very helpful to obtain a good understanding of oil painting methods. If you already have knowledge and experience in painting, this course would still provide many advanced know-how strategies you could use to improve your paint...
When I walk through an art gallery or museum, I seldom think about the flaws that might be lurking in the pieces or the paintings, but when your collection contains works that are hundreds or thousands of years old, a little repair work often needs to be done. As a matter of fact, the Conservation Department at the Nelson-Atkins Museum recently faced an interesting challenge. Restoration expert Scott Heffley took on the task of making a certain Old Masters painting look a little fresher before it went to Spain for an exhibition commemorating El Greco 400 years after his death. KCPT’s Mike Murphy spent hours documenting Scott’s delicate touch on the Penitent Magdalene and producer Ashley Holcroft has edited the footage for your viewing pleasure.
*****A note about this video! This was made specifically to demonstrate some ways that Old Masters techniques can be adapted for acrylic painting. LOTS of the advice in it doesn't apply for oil painting, which is the media that would traditionally have been used. I am well aware that this makes it historically inaccurate, but the purpose is simply to adapt the techniques for modern materials! **** My process for painting in the traditional atelier style used by Old Masters such as Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Ruebens, and others whose production process would have included apprentices. This process breaks down the painting process into discrete steps: drawing, underpainting, then glazing. This method is economical in terms of paint, and nearly foolproof since the shading and colour are thought ...
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Sotheby's Old Master & British Paintings Evening Sale on 9 July reached £68.3 million, the highest ever total for such an auction at Sotheby's in London. Over half the works on offer were from four of the world's most eminent aristocratic and private collections: those of the Dukes of Northumberland, the Earls of Warwick, Barbara Piasecka Johnson and Baron Coppée. The signature lot was George Stubbs' enigmatic Tygers at Play, which sold after much competitive bidding for £7.7 million. Learn More: https://www.sothebys.com Download The Sotheby’s App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sothebys/id1061156465?mt=8 FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Newsletter: http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/blogs/all-blogs/sothebys/2017/05/stay-connected.html Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sothebys/ Face...
http://www.OilPaintingRestorationBlog.com Antique oil painting portraits often have a history of restoration and repairs. This circa 1810 portrait had severe damage in the past, and at least one major restoration to repair a large section of lost canvas. Oil painting conservator Bruce Wood describes what he discovered while working on the portrait, and how he remedied the problems.
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This lecture looks at how anatomy is applied, manipulated and creatively distorted in the work of the old masters. This episode looks at a painting by Jean-August Dominique Ingres. Get the full length lecture for FREE at the link below: https://gum.co/TbJwa
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This video demonstrates the "light version" of the masters technique in oil color glazing. That technique can also be applied with acrylics. It basically starts with a black and white underpainting with colors glazed over it to render a colored piece. This is not the whole Old-Master painting technique, more or less a "light" version of the process to get a feeling for color application by glazing. Connect with me :) Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mkl_grm Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mklgrm Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mklgrm ETSY: http://www.mklgrm.etsy.com
http://oilpaintingdemos.blogspot.com (for tutorial "DVD" download) For more paintings see www.josvanriswick.com (well, 'old master'...) It's dutch in any case. Painting another larger still life painting for my open studio (coming soon). Using artificial light again with some spot lights on the subject and a fluorescent tube for lighting the easel... The medium was 6 parts linseed oil and 1 part walnut alkyd medium by Graham, giving me 3 days of wet into wet painting (provided the painting is in the freezer at night).
Learn how to create your own Van Dyck-inspired portrait with Ann Witheridge, artist and founder of London Fine Art Studios, in our step-by-step video guide. Learn more about London Fine Art Studios here: http://www.londonfineartstudios.com/ http://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/