Who is oil painting artist M ford?
I do not know...but I have just purchased a landscape with this signature and it
is well done! The person I bought it from was from Southern California. Please post if you find out anything! Thanks much ~ Cheryl
is well done! The person I bought it from was from Southern California. Please post if you find out anything! Thanks much ~ Cheryl
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Answer . \nOil paint is paint with an oil base. It cannot be removed with water, only turpentine or paint thinner will get rid of it.
Eric Enstrom is the creator of the image, but he didn't paint it, he photographed it. It's a picture of Charles Wilden taken in the early 1900's. Eventually his daughter, Rhoda Nyberg, made copies of the original photograph in oil paint.. Source(s): . The actual name of this painting is "Grac…e" Check out this website for the history of the picture. The artist is Eric Enstrom. (MORE)
I don't think the small tubes of oil based paint for artists, which are usually 2 or 4 ounces, are restricted by the v.o.c. numbers regulated by the South Coast Air Quality Management District. If you don't get a MSDS when you buy it, you should not worry about it. Your only real concern should be i…f you are making quarts or gallons. The issues are the chemicals that out gas when drying. If you really need large quantities of oil paint, oneshot still makes quarts for signpainters. (MORE)
Yes, many of the paintings are very valuable. Many of the paintings are worth a price close to $3,000 each.
Many artists seal oil paintings with varnish. Other artists use amixture of varnish and turpentine. Oil paintings can take as longas six months to dry completely.
Name of artist that painted an oil painting of people walking on the street and the Arch De Triomphe is at end of street?
Most likely there are many. One that I know of is Burnett. I have been looking for information about a painitng like this. It seems that Mexico and China make lots of reproductions of this type of painting.
I have an oil painting of a country landscape with a house and it's signed by the artist Van Rich is there any information out there on this artist?
Did you ever find out the answer to your question? I too have an oil landscape signed VANRICH. The signature is in all capital letters. My parents received this from a relative when they moved into their first home in 1955 and as the story goes, it was apparently regifted, so there's no way to know …if it was new or old at that time. Any info would be greatly appreciated. (MORE)
My Father has done many paintings distinctive dessert and some ocean some are signed some are not I know of a few that are abstract and even some demon and a Jesus painting. My father is still alive. All his paintings are oil. His name is Ernest Ruiz. you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
J m gallais water color artist- I have an original signed painting from 1964 titled Skating in Central Park by this artist. What is it worth?
This is a print - I have seen several of this print in antique shops. I also have this watercolor in addition to "The Public Library at Fifth Avenue". No idea as to whether we all have copies or who/where originals are nor their value; also can't find info on the artist.
Oil paints can be found at general retailers such as Michael's or JoAnn Fabrics. You can also find them at your local art store and many places online. There are also oil-based paints that you can buy at Home Depot or Lowe's for more home uses, rather than art projects.
There have been thousands of them. Practically all painters from the 1400s up to our time have used oil paint.
Can someone tell me about an artist called M Wilks I have a Small oil painting signed by M Wilks which looks vcery old?
Well its either a public artist and he painted it for fun or he is a minor-not-very-famous artist. Also just a note it spelt VERY not Vcery
Most commonly on canvas. Board is also used. In earlier days wood panels or copper plates. Otherwise anything you like: glass, china, textiles, etc.
On a primed surface. Canvas or painting boards, or oil painting paper (no guarantees on durability then)
For instance DG Rossetti, FM Brown, WH Hunt, JE Millais, EC Burne-Jones, L Alma-Tadema, F Leighton, are some British Victorian painters.
Why would an artist using oil paint be more inclined to include small details than an artist painting a fresco?
Two possible reasons:. Oil paint on a smooth surface makes for easier painting small details than fresco paint on a wall.. A fresco is usually a large-format mural, intended to be seen from a distance.
A lot of artists like oil paints because they are easy to mix together and take a while to dry so that gives you a long time to work on the painting and they last a long time and don't fade as badly in light as some other kinds of paint like watercolor paint.
In the show Isaac Mendez is the precognative artist, but the real artist is Tim Sale.
I have one as well. It's about 30 x 40 inches and it is of a pueblo with a woman standing in the road. the colors are pale blue and I'm still looking for a value.
The name of the painting is 'The Allegory of the Art of Painting' c. 1670, by Johannes (Jan) Vermeer.
Roger Light paints interesting still life paintings with wine in them. I think he has a blog or a web site. Another wine painter is Ted Mavanich.
\nThis kind of meeting often takes place in the background of 'The Peacable Kingdom' a series of paintings by Edward Hicks, but maybe that is not what you are looking for.
\n. \n. \nThis is not an uncommon subject in the 17th century. Click the links below and see if any of them is the one. \n. \nRooker is somewhat later than the others.\n. \nYou may also want to look up Frans Snyders on the Web, a colleague of Rubens who specialized in subjects like this, but I h…ave not found one with that exact title. (MORE)
Still-Life with Game-Birds by Gottfried Libalt, is an example of astill-life painting which demonstrates the technique of oil oncanvas. Still-life paintings are ranked the least prestigiouscategory by the French AcadÃÂ©mie de peinture et de sculpture,depict inanimate subjects, typically common …objects such as food,flowers, and books. (MORE)
I have two oil paintings of a country landscape and it's signed by the artist J Bossi is there any information out there on this artist?
I have also 2 landscapes in oil with signaturw J. Bossi. That is johann dominik Bossi , an italian painter 1767 - 1853, which is the german translation of Giovanni Domenico Bossi. Bossi lived from 1840 - 1853 under this name in Munich. The signature in my paintings is in red and the J is integrated …in B. (MORE)
Where can I find information on a 19th to 20th century French painter . called Pinchon of Voleur, France? He sometimes painted horses.
It is called: " Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? " and was painted in 1897. Sorry, my mistake, that's a different painting. 'Where Are you Going?' was painted in 1893.
Someone answered the Daily Bread Man Praying At Dinner question as Eric Enstrom is the creator of the image, but he didn't paint it, he photographed it. It's a picture of Charles Wilden taken in the early 1900's. Eventually his daughter, Rhoda Nyberg, made copies of the original photograph in …oil paint. Assuming this is a set due to the fact they are VERY simular and I have always seen them as a set I'd say Eric Enstrom did both. (MORE)
Acrylic paints have the advantage of drying faster and a larger selection of premixed colours. Oil paints have the advantage of drying more slowly, allowing for techniques such as blending. Both mediums are wonderful for artists, depending on what you want.
Who is J Fuller the artist of oil painting of sea captain?simular face. I was at an arts and crafts sale in Shreveport, La. in the mid 1970's. One of the booths had many paintings of seamen, woodsmen, and others. There was one painting of a Rabbi and I purchased it. The other faces had many views, …and most were the same or similar faces. The outstanding eyes were common to all. All of these were J. Fuller paintings I do not know if the man in the booth was the artist or not. (MORE)
Is it all right to give a painting a few layers of student quality oil paint and then paint artist quality oil paint over the top or is it better if I just use artist quality materials throughout?
Student quality oil paints tend to be less colour-fast, and of a lesser quality hence less durability. For lasting results and the best possible finish it is best to use artist quality paints throughout. The world is already losing major works of art to the ravages of time, and the deterioration o…f the surfaces and materials. It would be a shame it your painting turned out to be a major work in the future and was lost to mankind by lack of forethought on the artist's part. (MORE)
You are trying to find information on an oil painting by a German artist eberhard franke can any one help?
German born sculptor (brass) Eberhard Franke had a upstairs studio in Chippendale in early 1980's Sydney. There was a handcrafted weaver downstairs called Hans who was his friend. I knew Eberhard then. Believed to have moved to Berrima or Burradoo in southern highlands sometime after that. Intereste…d to know his whereabouts now, if anyone knows ?? ; he was aged around mid-late forties then. reply to email@example.com (MORE)
most of the time, it's linseed oil. But for whites and blues, they often take poppy- or safflour oil, because it doesn't go yellow like linseed oil. But linseed oil has the best drying capacities.
Who is the artist cien I have an oil painting of three little girls sitting in a meadow signed cien. Does anyone know anything about the artist cien?
I also have an amazing painting by the artist David H. Its a wall size oil painting of magnolias. Have had it for almost 15years.Would love to know about this artist as well.
Sign it on the artwork to avoid your name being cut off if its on white space around the picture
William Ernest Chapman an oil artist born in Altmar NY in 1858. Studied in Chicago. He is known for interior, figure and landscaping painting.
Experiments had been made before, but usually Robert Campin (Master of FlÃ©malle) is mentioned as the pioneer of oil painting. After him Jan van Eyck developed the use of oil. Painting on wood panel remained more common until the 16th century in Italy and the 17th century in Northern Europe. M…antegna and Venetian artists (Titian) were among those leading the change to canvas painting. So, it is not possible to give an unequivocal answer to this question. (MORE)
For the same reason they paint landscapes, or people or whatever. There are many ways of making a painting that is beautiful, or expressive, or exciting, or scary, ...
Are paintings by Niga rare what about the oil painting Arch De Triumphe done by that artist Is there a value placed on it?
I'm afraid that artist isn't famous or even known by many people,and the value of his or her artwork is just what you are happy topay for it. Don't consider rarity as an argument to pay more, myown paintings are extremely rare but they are worth nothing.
This could be Almon(d) Baldwin, born in Connecticut in 1800, movedto Cincinnati, Ohio in 1814. He eventually became a landscape andmarine painter, and curator of the Wester Art Union (the forerunnerof the Cincinnati Art Museum) from 1847 to 1849. Sites I've foundstate that only two of his works have… ever been found, so what youhave is most likely a print. Mine is not a print. It is an oil painting of a beautiful riverwith the mountain behind it and surrounded by beautiful trees. Itis a 36" x 25" in size. I have had it since 1985 (MORE)
It is used to thin oil paints. This will change the way it moves across the canvas and it's texture.
Gilbert Charles Stuart ( 1755 - 1828) was one of America's foremost portraitists. Link below for more info.
Hello I do not have the answer but I just found an old oil painting signed Baye with a line under it It is a ocean at night as lighthouse clouds with moon light looks very old canvas is tacked with tacks it is 36 w 26 h if there is any one who knows a little info on this I would be thank full thank… you Earl (MORE)
My painting is from 1968 on velvet and depicts the silhouette of a nude woman. It is signed either L. Cabebe or I. Cabebe. That is all the information I have.
it depends,it can be anywere between Â£500 ($800) to Â£4,000 ($6,400),it just depends on the condition,the subject, all that sort of stuff. However, if I was you I would google either your local art gallery, art dealer, auction house e.ct. and ask them to give you a valuation.
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"The Kiss" was painted by Gustav Klimt. The painting was painted some time between 1907 and 1908. Today, the painting can be found at the Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere museum, located in Vienna.
How much is an framed oil painting painted and framed in 1899 worth Beautiful painting but not a famous artist?
sorry, that question can only be answered by someone who is an expert in that era of painting and has had a chance to examine the painting in person. They'll know more about the painters who were active at that time and what their paintings are worth today.
Which Renaissance painter from northern Europe was one of the earliest artists to paint on wood panels with colors mixed in oil as shown in this painting?
Jan van Eyck was one of the earliest artists to pain on wood panels with colors mixed in oil.
Many famous artists have used oil to paint with. Some of theminclude: . Claude Monet . Vincent Van Gogh . Franz Marc For more artists, please refer to the related link.