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Painting an Allegory: Concept to Canvas
Painting an Allegory: Concept to Canvas
Martin Wittfooth
Compose stunning allegorical paintings and bring them to life on canvas! Join Martin Wittfooth in the studio for a study in storytelling.
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Study the methods of van Eyck and Rubens to create radiant, jewel-like paintings!
Andrew Conklin
Andrew Conklin
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From composition and value to color mixing and oil paint application, get the step-by-step guidance you need to create an oil painting with photo-like realism!
Tony Curanaj
Tony Curanaj
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Explore foundational color theory in oil painting as artist Scott Gellatly defines three art movement color palettes and their characteristics.
Scott Gellatly
Scott Gellatly

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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