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A scene from a film about 96-year old painter Nathalie Engdahl who uses a palette knife to paint the scenes of untouched nature that she so loves.

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40 Beautiful Oil Paintings Like You have Never Seen Before

L'artiste qui a fait cette oeuvre est Karen Tarlton. Le sujet représenté est un ange qui tient des roses dans ses mains. La technique utilisée est la peinture à l'huile. Il y a pleins de couleurs comme le rose, le bleu, le vert, le orange, etc. Ça ressemble à une forme d'art abstrait.pour moi cette oeuvre represente pour moi le calme et la joie a cause de la couleur vive


kateoplis: The Richter Scale The Gerhard Richter retrospective at the Tate Modern will give you as good a gander at his artwork as you’re going to get, but Corinna Belz’s new documentary ‘Gerhard Richter Painting’ takes you way beyond the caption, watching him work. Via: i-donline. The greatest living painter or the greatest living artist? (video)


Original Sunflowers palette knife painting oil by Karensfineart


How to Draw a Bunny is a 2002 British documentary film following Ray Johnson. Description from I searched for this on

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Here's how to create interesting texture using acrylic texture medium

Spreading acrylic texture paste with a palette knife is similar to buttering a slice of bread.

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Bold, Sexy Knife Work - Françoise Nielly: Paris

Bold, Sexy Knife Work - Françoise Nielly: Paris - My Modern Met


▶ Palette knife painting, autumn forest, by Tatiana Iliina, "Sunburnt Caravan" - YouTube


How to use Liquitex palette and painting knives to create textures with acrylic gels Liquitex Gel Mediums add body to thinner paint for impasto techniques as well as extending color volume and adding transparency. Gels also add "open time" as they tend to dry slower than thinner paint films. These acrylic mediums also modify acrylic paints in a...


Amazing Documentary that REALLY makes you think twice. No, it isn't gross or to turn you into a vegetarian but to make you 'think' about what you're eating.