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oil painting on canvas


Oil painting indirect painting example - white shape cover dyeing method

Oil painting is indirectly drawing and painting directly relative, also known as transparent cover dyeing techniques or multilayer transparent painting, it is to point to in the process of drawing oil painting, separate sketch and color performance, using some features with special transparent painting media agent to harmonic color, through times of transparent color overlap, to design complete and rich colors in a painting.
The indirect painting system of Flemish oil painting represented by jan van eyck in the 15th century is an important turning point in the history of oil painting.Under this influence, the two major indirect painting techniques of Netherlands and Italy came into being.Basically, this technique can be divided into three categories: white shaping mask dyeing, grey shaping mask dyeing and fusion painting mask dyeing.


 
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