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Oil Paintings in the Renaissance era was the most preferred medium to artists. This form of art originated in Northern Europe as early as the twelfth century, but it really became dominant in the 15th and 16th centuries.
The first to use oil paints were the Netherlandish painters, but Jan Van Eyck and other Flemish painters really popularized the concept.
Antonello da Messina, leonardo Davinci, and Venetian painters also pioneered the new technique.
Oh i just love the realism and passion that speaks through oil. The description i can include in my masterpieces with oil with be spectacular, wouldn't you agree Leonardo?
Why certainly! We will be able to portray whatever we wish on our canvas' with this new concept using oil! Our paintings will be magnificent Jan!
Oil paints provide great amounts of translucence. No other type of medium could produce the oil's transparency and opacity. With the freedom to change the composition of painting, artists favored oil painting.
Oil paints combine extraordinary realism with brilliant color to create magnificent works of art. Countless types of descriptive brushstrokes were possible with oil. This opened a whole new door for painters in the Renaissance era.
Many of the oil defined textural differences are flawlessly captured in Van Eyck's "Van Der Pack Virgin."
Oil paint greatly impacted the way artists created their pieces. The new concept provided Renaissance artists with more definition and realism with the oil, which blossomed a whole new world of art
I just LOVE oil paintings. They're are so beautiful...i think i will go and buy some tomorrow.
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