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Watercolor Progressive Art Tutorial

Watercolor Progressive Art Tutorial

  Here is tutorial of Watercolor Progressive Art ,,,,its very easy and simple ,,,,,u can make with your fav color and diffrent sketches,,,,,   Materials: watercolor paints & brush watercolor paper a stiff board to tape your paper too masking tape ...

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Spring flOwers painting

Spring flOwers painting

Flowers are such a perfect combination of shape, texture, color and light.  espn says it backs reporting as it pulls out of nfl seriesI mean, I just I recall, you know, certain players for San Francisco wide receivers that like ...

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Oil paintings

Oil paintings

Traditional oil painting techniques often begin with the artist sketching the subject onto the canvas with charcoal or thinned paint.  A basic rule of oil paint application is ‘fat over lean’. This means that each additional layer of paint should ...

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Paintings by Vincent van gogh

Paintings by Vincent van gogh

Vincent van gogh was grown up in Holland and spend rest of the life as a pastor in france. Vincent van Gogh painted almost 900 paintings.  Since his death, he has become one of the most famous painters in the ...

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Paintings by Frank Auerbach

Paintings by Frank Auerbach

Frank Auerbach was born in Berlin, the son of Max Auerbach, a patent lawyer, and Charlotte Nora Burchardt, who had trained as an artist. Auerbach’s first solo exhibition was at the Beaux Arts Gallery in London in 1956.Auerbach is a ...

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Di Cavalcanti “Imprensa” Mosaic

Di Cavalcanti “Imprensa” Mosaic

          via     Brazilian artist Emiliano Di Cavalcanti (1897-1976) completed the mosaic mural titled Imprensa (Press) in 1954. It is located in São Paulo, Brazil on the exterior of what use to be the headquarters for the ...

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G. Maurice Cloud Paintings

G. Maurice Cloud Paintings

Women with Oranges, 1949, oil on canvas, 32" x 25". Jeffrey Winter Fine Arts   Guitar Player, 1948, gouache, 21" x 14". Jeffrey Winter Fine Arts   Le Port du Pouliguen, 1948, gouache on paper. via G. Maurice Cloud   ...

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Painting + Pottery = Majolica

Painting + Pottery = Majolica

Majolica is a pottery decorating method that combines the best of both worlds, painting and ceramics. With a coat of white glaze as a canvas, colored glazes can be painted much like watercolors.  True majolica ware is earthenware clay glazed ...

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Dorr Bothwell Serigraphs

Dorr Bothwell Serigraphs

American artist Dorr Bothwell (1902-2000) produced some amazing serigraphs during the 1940's and 50's. The Juggler, 1949, serigraph, edition 5/45, 19 1/16" x 14". Annex Galleries ($1,200 at time of post)   Antibes, 1950, serigraph, edition 15/25, 14 3/4" x ...

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Mid-Century Tapestries II

Mid-Century Tapestries II

Here is another set of mid-century era tapestries that I have collected while art auction mining. Enjoy. cubist nude tapestry by Rene Reno, 52" x 36". via Clark's Auctioneers (sold 2006)   roosters tapestry by UHR, 14" x 13". via ...

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