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History of Watercolor

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Kristopher Workman

on 5 March 2013

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Transcript of History of Watercolor

Watercolor Painting Brief History Watercolor Painting throughout the World Egypt China "Spirit Resonance," or vitality, and seems to translate to the nervous energy transmitted from the artist into the work. The overall energy of a work of art

"Bone Method," or the way of using the brush. This refers not only to texture and brush stroke, but to the close link between handwriting and personality

"Correspondence to the Object," or the depicting of form, which would include shape and line.

"Suitability to Type," or the application of color, including layers, value and tone.

"Division and Planning," or placing and arrangement, corresponding to composition, space and depth.

"Transmission by Copying," or the copying of models, not only from life but also the works of antiquity. Egyptian Illuminated Manuscripts Egyptian Minerals 0 AD 37,000 BC 4,000 BC 100 AD 1400s
1500s 1800s 2,000 BC Ancient France Current day Ardèche in Southern France America's Influence on Watercolor Paintings Edward Hopper- "Lighthouse and Buildings" 21st Century Germany England Albrecht Dürer- "Ansict von Trient vom Norden" Paul Sandby- "Windsor Castle: View of the Round and Devil's Towers Fromthe Black Rock" Eastern Han Dynasty
(25-220 AD)
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