oil paint


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oil paint

, colour
paint made of pigment ground in oil, usually linseed oil, used for oil painting

oil paint

[′ȯil ‚pānt]
(materials)
A paint made with a vegetable oil as the filmogen.

oil paint

A paint in which a drying oil is the vehicle for the pigment.
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While cleaning it up might be easier than cleaning up oil paints, do we really want to be rinsing plastic down our drains?
In the works of these artists, the medium of oil paint is shown capable of expressing the concrete body, the diaphanous skin, and the subcutaneous psychosis of the human condition.
If the oil paint and the canvas could speak, I am reasonably sure they would say, "Do not touch me, do not erase me.
I find oil paint is bit more forgiving as a medium than water colour.
The final layer of actual oil paint served to "punch up" or bring out some sensation of detail and clean up the figure.
Oil paints were used on non-absorbent surfaces, concealing much of the image underneath; other surfaces were absorbent and could be delicately tinted with transparent colors.
She then uses the textured canvas to create a final painting using oil paints.
Because water-based oil paints come in tubes, the first task was to set up twenty-five different palettes.
Only a portion of artists today seem] interested in making their art last a long time without having to rely on old tried-and-true materials such as oil paint.
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Rabbit Looking in the Mirror (all works 2003), for example, is the work of someone who clearly loves the sensual properties of oil paint but--for historical or biological reasons, who can say?