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Painting with Oils on Paper

For oil painters who find themselves eager to paint but reluctant to spend too much time or money on surface preparation, you might try working on paper. Paper can be reasonably priced, easy to prepare and less formal than panel or stretched canvas. If prepared properly and maintained with longevity in mind, paper can be […]

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(Left) Iridescent Pale Gold (Right) Iridescent Pale Gold thinned with Odorless Mineral Spirits

Not All That Glitters Is Gold – Williamsburg Iridescent and Interference Oil Colors

Gold leaf has been used to beautify and evoke meaning in painting throughout history, functioning as a luminous counterpoint to the flesh, fabric and nature painted with pigmented media. Artists today still use gold leaf, but have also added other metal foils, glitters, iridescent and interference paints to their palettes to activate and enliven their […]

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