oil paint


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paint in which a drying oil is the vehicle

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My oil paint pictures are applied either to canvas or board surfaces.
It seems that it is here--pock marked, scrapped, and worn, employed in expression of the decrepit and diseased--that oil paint reaches its full potential as an avatar of the corporeal.
The artist used richly-hued oil paints and metallic leafing applied in bold, sweeping lines to compose a dynamic scene of ships at sea.
I was deeply moved by the labor my friend went through, moving onto the canvas the love he feels so deeply, removing layers of oil paint, trying over and over again to capture what he sees with his heart.
Oil paint is generally my medium of choice although I do occasionally paint with water colour.
For one thing, that defiantly vernacular vinyl is gone, replaced by sign-painter's enamel deployed in tandem with good old-fashioned oil paint.
Michelangelo's method of applying oil paint is contrasted with the Netherlandish and Venetian approach.
The beauty of oil paint is that you can wipe it off, scrape it off with a palette knife or paint over it.
By dipping the pencil into linseed oil or oil paint extender, color can be applied and blended smoothly onto small areas.
She wanted the background to appear burnished, so she tacked a piece of canvas to her studio wall, brushed on a wash of oil paint, balled up a wet rag and began to rub the paint around.
Its tragic drift is bookended by a pair of GWs: Bush, recognizably smug even in a few blotches of oil paint, and Washington, a la Gilbert Stuart but mortally disappointed.
Mixtures of glue, watercolor, and oil paint, often applied in thick layers, augment the sensuous presence of the panel until it forms a relief.
The water-based oil paints are AP-non-toxic and have all the qualities of a real oil paint, yet when watered down can be treated as watercolors, as in washes, wet-in-wet effects, etc.
Only a portion of artists today seem] interested in making their art last a long time without having to rely on old tried-and-true materials such as oil paint.