Oreste Ferrari's Bernini (Art dossier Giunti) PDF

By Oreste Ferrari

Gian Lorenzo Bernini (also spelled Gianlorenzo or Giovanni Lorenzo) (Naples, 7 December 1598 – Rome, 28 November 1680) used to be an Italian artist and a trendy architect who labored mostly in Rome. He used to be the prime sculptor of his age, credited with developing the Baroque sort of sculpture. additionally, he painted, wrote performs, and designed metalwork and level sets.


L'antico e il moderno
Tra Papi, Principi e Re
Il mestiere dell'arte
Il "Bel Composto"
Intorno a Bernini
Quadro Cronologico

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Indd 53 53 12/8/11 11:40 AM 12/8/11 1:57 PM (RAY) Text (WF Fogra29)Job No:12-27518 Title:RP-Brave Intuitive Painting #175 DTP:204. Page:53 stampErs There are no limits to what you can use to lift the paint from your palette and stamp it onto your canvas. I’ve seen students stamp with toy cars, paper towel tubes, doilies, feathers, bubble wrap, and various utensils. I personally love old film canisters and pen caps to create stamped-on circles. Get creative. Look around your house, your studio, or outside for objects with interesting textures, shapes, or moving parts.

Use the opposite end of your brush to scrape into wet paint. indd 47 47 12/8/11 11:44 AM 12/8/11 1:57 PM (RAY) Text (WF Fogra29)Job No:12-27518 Title:RP-Brave Intuitive Painting #175 DTP:204. indd 48 12/8/11 11:44 AM 12/8/11 1:57 PM (RAY) (WF Fogra29)Job No:12-27518 Title:RP-Brave Intuitive Painting #175 DTP:204. Page:48 001-089_275 001-089_275 8/11 11:44 AM 8/11 1:57 PM g 8 FiNgerS kids naturally paint with their fingers, and I also love the experience of feeling the paint on my hands rather than separating myself from the paint with a brush.

Experiment with both and find out what works for you. indd 42 12/8/11 11:43 AM 12/8/11 1:57 PM (RAY) Text (WF Fogra29)Job No:12-27518 Title:RP-Brave Intuitive Painting #175 DTP:204. Page:42 001-089_275 001-089_275 8/11 11:43 AM 8/11 1:57 PM g 2 Palette A palette refers to the surface you put your paints on while you are working. Don’t confuse this kind of palette with a color palette, which refers to a color scheme. My favorite type of palette to work from is a large piece of glass. Currently my palette is about 36" x 36" (91 x 91 cm), so I have plenty of space for many colors without worrying about the colors mixing together accidentally.

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