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;amazing metallics КНИГИ ; ЖИВОПИСЬ и РИСОВАНИЕ Название: outstanding metallics Автор: Donna Dewberry Серия или выпуск: One Stroke Издательство: Plaid agencies Год издания: 2002 Страниц: 35 Язык: Английский Формат: PDF Размер: 3.5 МбЭта книга об обучении технике декоративного рисования "one stroke", в переводе один мазок. На кисточку набираются одновременно две краски, и одним движением рисуются лепестки, листья и т.д. Показаны приемы как набирать краску на кисточку, какими движениями рисовать.com uploading.com eighty five

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They are already slightly "mannered", whereas the donors are typically Venetian, painted in the traditional way. One is tempted even to suggest that two artists are at work here, but it is more likely that this painting demonstrates a transitional phase in Lotto's work. 3 cm 15 Between 1621 and 1625 Lanfranco executed a series of eight large paintings and three frescoes for the Cappella del Sacramento in the church of S. Paolo Fuori le Mura in Rome. They illustrated stories from the Old and New Testaments that related to the sacraments.

MARCO RICCI Venice, 1676-1730 Landscape with Ruins and Figures oil on canvas, 123 x 161 cm 19 Marco Ricci was primarily a landscape painter. He did not depict his home city of Venice in his compositions, but usually the open countryside, often under stormy conditions. Late in his life, during the 17205, he came to specialize in scenes with classical ruins, and these ruins were often from the city of Rome. The present view is imaginary and includes a wide variety of structures and monuments that could have been seen in Rome, but not on the same site.

It is likely that the basis for these paintings was drawings made by Canaletto in 1720 on a trip to Rome, as well as engravings and paintings by other artists. This might explain the fact that the inscription on the arch does not agree with the one that actually exists there, and indeed does not make any real sense. It is probable that the artist did not know what the inscription was because he was not in Rome when he painted it and had failed to record it. In a later view of the same arch, he reproduces the inscription very exactly.

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