Daily Archives: May 10, 2013

The Box Oil Painting

The Box was one of the first exhibition works of Renoir's formal joining the Impressionist exhibition. Totally he sent seven paintings. This painting was based on the "impression" he made in the theatre and the model he invited in the … Continue reading

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Luncheon of the Boating Party

In the summer of 1881, Renoir painted Luncheon of the Boating Party. From the painting we could see the portrait of Renoir's wife Arina Sarigo. She was painted in the foreground, playing with a dog. The witty woman, good wine, … Continue reading

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The Burial Of The Count Of Orgaz

The Burial Of The Count Of Orgaz originated from the legend of a medieval: The Count Of Orgaz was a celebrated rich gentleman in Toledo, whose full name was Tang Gonzales Ruiz. As the Toledo’s citizen, he was elected to … Continue reading

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What is the perspective and overlapping shapes of sketch?

Perspective shape One, because our angles are different from the angle that the object places, any object we saw has the perspective relationship. Because of the changes of perspective, the shape we see is a perspective form and the side … Continue reading

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How to draw the perspective of symmetrical shape in the sketch?

Various changes in any symmetric shape must be through the midline to observe its physique. The importance of this Law is: One, in the perspective of symmetrical shape change, in the observation and painting must be through the center line … Continue reading

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