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What is the European painting master's studio?

Postby Derexbrown » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:11 am

What is the European painting master's studio? Of course, we can get some impressions from their work. Their studio is relatively large. Velázquez's studio is about six meters high, five meters wide and ten meters long. His disciples, Dell, Mezzo's "Velasquez's Family", is based on the master's studio. Velázquez's "textile woman" "Palace E" is also the same as the studio after a slight change in the structure described in the works. There is a small side door in his large studio with water, a stove and a table or bench for grinding the paint. A variety of tools include bottles filled with toner, bottles of oil, resin and solvent, Are placed on the shelf and in the closet. As a creative site for painting, Velázquez's studio is unparalleled.
At the end of the 19th century, the painters' studios were similar to small museums and salons, with interior furnishings, bronze ware, oriental-style curtains and textiles. In this "museum" style studio, painters often hold receptions, while selling their own works. Whether it is realist painter or impressionist painter are using this way to show and sell their own works. In the "studio", the picture shows the scene of a similar reception in the studio, as shown in Figure 1. The "Bazier's studio" depicts a typical painter's studio in the late 19th century with piano and stove And so on, the spacious windows are hung with black curtains, used to control the light, and the rest of the top floor.
The studio of modernists is usually smaller. For example, Picasso in Paris, Crete Street, the studio only a dozen square meters, and the wall did not hang a few paintings. Picasso painted the room in the "blue room". Cezanne in the studio of Aix put a painting suitable for making large oil paintings, but the wall did not hang any works. Modern painter's painting room generally no extra ornaments, and there are bookshelves or bookcases.
Mexican painter Fulinda Karl was a disabled man because of an accident, and many of her works were done in bed. She uses the bedroom as a studio and assembles the mirror with a special easel to paint. In this environment, she draws a powerful, dramatic, self-portrait work.
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