Historical Painting Techniques, Materials, and Studio Practice
by Arie Wallert, Erma Hermens, Marja F. J. Peck (eds)
Publisher: Oxford University Press 1995
Number of pages: 241
Topics cover the latest art historical research and scientific analyses of original techniques and materials, as well as historical sources, such as medieval treatises and descriptions of painting techniques in historical literature. Chapters include the painting methods of Rembrandt and Vermeer, Dutch 17th-century landscape painting, wall paintings in English churches, Chinese paintings on paper and canvas, and Tibetan thangkas.
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by S. L. Bensusan - T.C. & E.C. Jack
Titian was one of the most versatile of Italian painters, equally adept with portraits, landscape backgrounds, and mythological and religious subjects. His painting methods would exercise a profound influence on future generations of Western art.
by S. L. Bensusan - T. C. & E. C. Jack
Before Velazquez even artists forget their controversies; he stands, like Bach and Beethoven in the world of music, respected even by those who do not understand. He has marched unchallenged to the highest place in men's regard.
by Arthur Upham Pope - Harvard university press
This pamphlet has been written primarily for the needs of the students in the courses in drawing and painting in Harvard University and Radcliffe College; but as an elementary statement of the theory of tone relations, it may be of use to others.
by Nanae Momiyama - Japan Society
Sumi-e, or ink and brush painting, must be discussed in terms of the religion and philosophy it expresses. Sumi-e was the art of Zen priests, it is thus an expression of Zen Buddhism, a religion of selfdiscipline, concentration, and contemplation.