Oil Paints Explained for Traditional Oil Painting
Learn more about traditional oil painting and what different oil paint on the market can offer the oil painter from the beginner to the seasoned professional.
Jerry’s LIVE Episode 55, VIDEO
Oil painting came to favor with artists during the 14th century, where it quickly replaced egg tempera as the primary painting medium. Originally oil painters were limited to the studio, due to the artist creating their own paints from raw pigments ground into drying oils. The invention of the collapsible metal tube in 1841 brought oil painters portability of easy travel.
What goes into modern oil paints? What drying oils are best for what type of artist? Do all linseed oil based paints yellow?
Learn more about traditional oil painting and what are the best oil paints on the market for the oil painter– from budding beginner to seasoned professional.
Supplies seen and used in LIVE Episode – Full Supply List Used In Video Seen Here:
- Oil Paints Guide: Best Oil Paints
- Clean Oil Paint From Brushes – How To Clean Oil Paint Brushes
- Varnishing: How To Varnish Your Oil Paintings
- Impasto Medium: How To Thicken Your Oil Paints
- Less Cracking In Your Oil Paints: Fat Over Lean Oil Painting