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The Complete Painter: Lessons from the Masters 2019-12 book

The Complete Painter: Lessons from the Masters

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The Complete Painter: Lessons from the Masters

Category: Art
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publisher: The Teaching Company 
publish year: 2019-12 
pages: 416 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Professor Biography......Page 3
Acknowledgments......Page 6
Disclaimer......Page 7
Course Scope......Page 11
Lecture 1 — The Grand Tradition of Painting......Page 12
Examples of Looking Around......Page 13
Painting and Its History......Page 14
A First Painting Project......Page 16
Lecture 2 — Health and Safety in the Studio......Page 21
Selecting a Workspace......Page 22
Toxic Chemicals......Page 23
Avoiding Hazards......Page 24
Flammable Materials......Page 25
Ventilation, Oxidization, and Oil......Page 26
Other Safety Tips......Page 28
Lecture 3 — Basic Painting Materials......Page 31
Drawing Materials and Oil Paint......Page 32
Brushes......Page 33
Supports......Page 35
Easels......Page 36
Other Tools......Page 37
Lecture 4 — Studio Setup and Brush Care......Page 39
Paint Tables and the Basics......Page 40
Lighting......Page 41
Laying Out the Palette......Page 42
Brush Cleaning and Care......Page 43
Lecture 5 — First Exercises: Line and Mark......Page 45
Holding the Brush......Page 46
Different Bristles......Page 48
Lecture 6 — First Exercises: Value, Edges, and Texture......Page 50
Dark and Light Value......Page 51
Texture and Surface......Page 53
Wet into Wet, Scumbling, and Glazing......Page 54
Permanence......Page 55
Removing Paint......Page 56
Lecture 7 — Creating Basic Forms: Lines, Shapes, and Solids......Page 57
Formal Language: Line and Shape......Page 58
Conceptions......Page 59
Lecture 8 — Value: Making a Value Scale......Page 64
Simultaneous Contrast......Page 65
Lecture 9 — Value: A Simple Still Life......Page 66
Drawing Freehand......Page 67
Understanding the Painting......Page 68
Lecture 10 — Value: Mood, Palette, and Light......Page 70
Value Palettes and Mood......Page 71
Composition and Focal Hierarchy......Page 72
Overall Value Patterns......Page 73
Lecture 11 — Value: Block and Sphere in Grisaille......Page 75
The Sphere and Block......Page 76
Contrasts......Page 78
Lecture 12 — The Figure and a Portrait in Brunaille......Page 80
The Cambiaso-Based Brunaille......Page 81
An Antique Torso......Page 82
A Couture Portrait......Page 83
Lecture 13 — Working with the Earth Tone Palette......Page 88
Color Sampling......Page 89
Giorgio Morandi......Page 90
Lecture 14 — Ensuring Accurate Proportions......Page 93
Proportional Dividers......Page 94
Lecture 15 — Composition: Shape, Ground, and Format......Page 96
Rectangles and Aggregate Shape......Page 97
Aggregate Shape Sub-Groupings......Page 98
The Ground......Page 99
The Format Shape......Page 101
Lecture 16 — Composition: Leonardo and the Armature......Page 102
The Last Supper......Page 103
The Armature: Painting Analysis......Page 104
The Potato Eaters......Page 105
Lecture 17 — Composition: Balance, Focus, and Space......Page 106
Hierarchy, Focal Areas, and Focal Points......Page 107
Spatial Considerations......Page 108
Lecture 18 — Degas, Hammershøi, and Other Projects......Page 111
The Hammershøi Painting......Page 112
Lecture 19 — Materials: Oil Paint Brands and Quality......Page 117
Paint Price Tiers......Page 118
Paint Quantity......Page 120
Lecture 20 — Materials: Oil Paint Characteristics......Page 124
Permanence and Lightfastness......Page 125
Health and Safety Warnings......Page 126
Buying Paint......Page 127
Caring for Your Paint......Page 129
Preserving Your Paint......Page 130
Lecture 21 — Color: Theory and Exercises......Page 131
Basic Vocabulary......Page 132
Color Mixing Exercise Preparation......Page 133
Lecture 22 — Color: Painting with Limited Palettes......Page 134
Common Palette Limitations......Page 135
Lecture 23 — Materials: All about Medium......Page 140
Thinners, Solvents, and Diluents......Page 141
Resins, Varnishes, and Basalms......Page 142
Driers and Retardants......Page 143
Lecture 24 — Materials: All about Brushes......Page 144
Types of Brushes......Page 145
Beyond the Brush......Page 146
Lecture 25 — Materials: Flexible Supports......Page 147
Stretched Canvas......Page 148
The Shape of the Canvas......Page 149
Lecture 26 — Materials: Rigid Supports......Page 150
Metal Supports......Page 151
Lecture 27 — Materials: Carpentry for the Studio......Page 153
Carpentry Supplies......Page 154
Wood Pieces for Studio Furniture......Page 155
Lecture 28 — Project: A Modigliani Portrait......Page 160
About the Portrait......Page 161
Lecture 29 — Project: A Degas Ballerina......Page 164
Tips for the Project......Page 166
Lecture 30 — Project: A Corot Landscape......Page 168
About the Artist......Page 169
Tips for the Project......Page 170
Lecture 31 — Project: Derain’s Portrait of Matisse......Page 172
Background on the Painting......Page 174
Lecture 32 — Project: A Porter Self-Portrait......Page 176
Tips for the Project......Page 178
Lecture 33 — Painting’s Evolution: Indirect Painting......Page 180
The 1800s......Page 181
Lecture 34 — Nighthawks, The Scream, and Other Projects......Page 183
Background on The Scream......Page 184
Additional Materials......Page 188
Art Material Suppliers......Page 191
Paintings Made and their Dimensions......Page 193
Artworks Studied by Artist’s Name......Page 196
Bibliography......Page 223
Image Credits......Page 252
Cartoons......Page 253
Lecture 1......Page 254
Lecture 7......Page 259
Lecture 9......Page 264
Lecture 11......Page 273
Lecture 12......Page 282
Lecture 13......Page 305
Lecture 17......Page 314
Lecture 18......Page 326
Lecture 28......Page 349
Lecture 29......Page 358
Lecture 30......Page 365
Lecture 31......Page 372
Lecture 32......Page 381
Lecture 34......Page 393


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