List of art techniques Information

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Types of art techniques There is no exact definition of what constitutes art. Artists have explored many styles and have used many different techniques to create art. [1] [2] [3]

Art techniques

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Aerial perspective by Frans Koppelaar, Landscape near Bologna, 2001; distant objects are lighter, of lower contrast, and bluer than nearer objects.

B

C

a Collage by Pablo Picasso cut and pasted colored paper, gouache and charcoal on paperboard

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"Sisters and Brothers" paper, oil paint. 50x70 cm. Technique "dry brush"
Portrait using dry brushing technique
The Droste effect
The Droste effect

E

F

Examples of faux paintings.

G

Example of grattage

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I

Van Gogh - The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh - an example of impasto technique and line structure. [4]

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M

Wall paintings, (mural) Varanasi, India, 1974.

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Vincent van Gogh, Self Portrait, 1887, using pointillist technique.

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R

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T

Verdaille example A Chinoiserie Procession of Figures Riding on Elephants with Temples Beyondby Jean-Baptiste Pillement

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V

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Example of Woodblock printing. Aizuri-e print: Kinryuzan Temple in Asakusa

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Y

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See also

References

  1. ^ Stephen Davies (1991). Definitions of Art. Cornell University Press. ISBN  978-0-8014-9794-0.
  2. ^ Robert Stecker (1997). Artworks: Definition, Meaning, Value. Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN  978-0-271-01596-5.
  3. ^ Noël Carroll, ed. (2000). Theories of Art Today. University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN  978-0-299-16354-9.
  4. ^ Naifeh, Steven, 1952- (2011). Van Gogh : the life. Smith, Gregory White. (1st ed.). New York: Random House. ISBN  9781588360472. OCLC  763401387.{{ cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list ( link)