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Portrait Painting in Oil or Watercolor

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« on: August 23, 2012, 05:57:13 am »

Portraiture is doubtless one of the most beloved of painting genres. People just love finding out about other people, and for centuries portraits were the equivalents of today's paparazzi pictures. Back in the days before cameras were invented, portraits were the only way that ordinary people could see what public figures like kings, princesses or generals looked like. A portrait painting in oil or watercolour often served as a means to show people an ideal picture of the power, beauty and other virtues these people were supposed to possess.



Watercolours by Esmee Van Breugel
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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2013, 06:37:53 am »

Whether you are a veteran at painting  statuettes or simply want some basic oil portrait or watercolor portrait. The value of these portait artists' instruction is in the way they systematically guide artists through the entire portrait painting process.The portrait painter blocks in the background and blouse to have references with which to judge the relative value and color temperature of the flesh tones.                   


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