Modern Pianting Idease  Biography

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he birth of modernism and modern art can be traced back to the Industrial Revolution, a period that lasted from the 18th to the 19th century, in which rapid changes in manufacturing, transportation, and technology profoundly affected the social, economic, and cultural conditions of life in Western Europe, North America, and eventually the world. New forms of transportation, including the railroad, the steam engine, and the subway changed the way people lived, worked, and traveled, both at home and abroad, expanding their worldview and access to new ideas. As urban centers prospered, workers flocked to cities for industrial jobs, and urban populations boomed.

A Modern Art

Prior to the 19th century, artists were most often commissioned to make artwork by wealthy patrons, or institutions like the church. Much of this art depicted religious or mythological scenes that told stories and were intended to instruct the viewer. During the 19th century, many artists started to make art about people, places, or ideas that interested them, and of which they had direct experience. With the publication of psychologist Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams (1899) and the popularization of the idea of a subconscious mind, many artists began exploring dreams, symbolism, and personal iconography as avenues for the depiction of their subjective experiences.

Challenging the notion that art must realistically depict the world, some artists experimented with the expressive use of color, non-traditional materials, and new techniques and mediums. One of these was photography, whose invention in the 1830s introduced a new method for depicting and reinterpreting the world. The Museum of Modern Art collects work made after 1880, when the atmosphere was ripe for avant-garde artists to take their work in new, unexpected, and “modern” directions.

Related Artists: Eugène Atget, Hippolyte Blancard, Paul Cézanne, Robert Delaunay, Vincent van Gogh, Hector Guimard, Raoul François Larche, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Georges-Pierre Seurat, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Édouard Vuillard
Many instructors begin with "wet-into-wet" technique, but I prefer to introduce you to the most common technique, and that is "wet-into-dry". This means wet brush-into-dry paper.
If you use good all-rag watercolor paper like Arches, don't throw out any bad paintings you do. You can always paint over it again with acrylics or gouache or use it as a background for a pastel painting. It also will handle better than cheaper papers and if you do create something beautiful, it will last much longer without yellowing.
Watercolors come in either 'pan', pencil, or tube form. There are also watercolor crayons. This article uses watercolor from the TUBE.
Find the type of PAPER that suits YOUR style of painting. Different papers have different "personalities". Arches paper can take a lot of abuse. You can even wash your painting off the paper after you allow the paper to dry and re-use it.
Don't throw away empty half pans when you use up the paint. You can refill them from tube watercolors much cheaper than buying new half pans and if you rinse it completely, you can change color on it too once you find out what colors you like most.
Don't purchase the MOST expensive paper or pure sable brushes, etc... You can spend a large amount of money on supplies, but this isn't necessary! Good synthetic brushes, a small palette of good paint (artist grade paint actually works better than student grade) and 140lb cold press watercolor paper are the best things to get started. Begin small, and add supplies as you need them.
Watercolor pan sets are convenient for painting outdoors or on trips. They're not as easy to mix large amounts of color with, but very useful for doing wet onto dry especially. A good travel brush with a sharp point on a round in medium or large size helps with these sets, sometimes the brush that comes with them is way too small for anything but details. This and a postcard size watercolor block can go in your pocket to practice painting on your lunch hour at work or school. Some of the ones Winsor & Newton makes are fancier than others and include extras like their own water bottle, extra palette flaps that fold out and so on.
One of the best makers of watercolor paints is Winsor & Newton. The "Cotman" brand is for use by beginners. It is less expensive and thus you don't feel as guilty using it in large quantities. Winsor & Newton "Cotman" watercolors are excellent quality for student watercolor paints.
Wet into Wet techniques are also good and usually used before wet into dry techniques if you combine them in the same painting.
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Warnings
NEVER leave your brush sitting in the jar of water with its bristles face down. If you get a brush cleaner jar that has a coiled spring over it, though, you can hang it hairs down in the water as long as they never touch the bottom. If you get Chinese brushes, shape them with your fingers and hang them from a nail or hook with the loop on the other end, that's a good way to help brushes keep their shape well.
Don't use the same brushes for water based paints (watercolor, acrylic, gouache) and oil based paints (oil painting, oil pastels, anything with thinner.) Once a brush has been used with oils once, it's an oils brush. Label the handle with tape so you know the difference.
Wash your brushes with gentle dish soap or a brush cleaning soap like Masters Brush Cleaner & Conditioner. This reduces staining but some colors still stain. More importantly it will make your brushes last a lot longer.
Don't suck your brush to bring it back to a point or a flat edge. Shape it with your fingers. Some artist grade watercolor pigments are toxic and it's better to never get in the habit of sucking brushes.
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Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 
Modern Pianting Idease Painting Ideas for Kids For Livings Room Canvas for Bedrooms for Begginners art For Kids on Canvas for Home For Walls for Kitchen 

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