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Transcript of ART110Sp13-Painting-Media-Survey-Wesson
Edvard Munch Sandro Botticelli Tempra Fresco Giotto Oil Johannes Vermeer Winslow Homer Helen Frankenthaler Summerscene, Provincetown Blue Veil Morris Louis
Still Life with Beer Mug and Fruit
Vincent Van Gogh Per Capita Jean-Michel Basquiat Acrylic Ignudo Michelangelo Alrbrecht Durer Winslow Homer Thomas Eakins View of the Arco Valley in the Tyrol Painting Media- Techniques
By Christine Wesson Giotto Rachel Hiding the Idols Giovanni Battista Tiepolo The Vision of the Thrones Girl with Hay Rake The Little Street Watercolor Drifting Cosmic Composition
Paul Klee The Great Gate of Kiev.
Wassily Kandinsky The Ghent Altarpiece, The Virgin Mary
Jan Van Eyrck The Fight between Carnival and Lent
Pieter Bruegel the Elder The Veteran in a New Field Portrait of Simonetta Vespucci Tempera is made by combining water, pigment, and some gummy material, usually egg yolk. The paint is often applied in a meticulous fashion using a very fine brush. Colors are not be easily blended, so chiaroscuro (shading) was achieved by detailed hatching. Fresco is the traditional medium for painting on walls. Pigment is mixed with water and applied to a plaster wall. If paint is applied to a wet wall (buon fresco) the pigment becomes part of the wall, and is very durable. If the paint is applied to a dry wall (fresco secco) the pigment is combined with binders such as egg yolk, oil, or wax and applied separately. It is easier to work with but can be far more delicate, and literally flake off the wall over time Oil paint is very versatile medium. It can be blended on the surface to create a continuous scale of tones and hues. Thinned with turpentine, oil paint can become virtually transparent. With no thinner, it is thick enough to be sculpted in heavy brushstrokes on the support to create strong physical texture. Watercolor pigments are suspended in water and gum arabic and often applied to paper instead of canvas. Acrylic is a synthetic or non-organic paint. Unlike oil, acrylic is quick-drying.Pigments are suspended in water mixed with a plastic resin