Category Archives: Technical info
Interesting. I actually read the book about this guy’s forgeries several years ago.
A fun video posted by James Guerney.
These are 10 reference books I have found most useful as an art student and teacher. Atlas of animal anatomy Bridgeman’s complete guide to drawing from life Carlson’s guide to landscape painting Hawthorne of painting Oil painting secrets from … Continue reading
Toning a canvas is a process that dates back to the very beginning of oil painting. Other than tradition, I have several very practical reasons why I tone my canvases. First let me say that toning is not absolutely necessary. … Continue reading
An interesting article from the Gamblin studio notes. http://www.gamblincolors.com/newsletters/studionotes12.html Why Classical and Contemporary Paintings Look So Different? #12 Photos courtesy of The Bridgeman Art Library In November, John E. Buchanan, Jr., executive director of the Portland (OR) Art Museum, … Continue reading
Yes, I said mud! Here is an underpainting I started using the leftovers from the previous painting. It is made of all the primary colors on my palette mixed together and thinned with mineral spirits and a little medium. Here … Continue reading