Un peintre qui sait ce qu’il fait | Episode 3 | Culture Peinture

Un peintre qui sait ce qu’il fait | Episode 3 | Culture Peinture


Picasso said, “It’s beautiful to see a painter who knows what he’s doing.” He said that while he looked at the paintings of Juan Gris… In this video I’m going to teach you how to organize your contrasts. In all the good paintings of art history,
there’s what is called “contrast inversion”. In this video we will see three key concepts. We’re going to talk about alternating hierarchies and the inversion of contrasts. We will analyze paintings by Murillo, Arnold Böecklin and Robert Zünd to see how these great painters use contrasts. Once again, very precise tools that will feed your reflection in your paintings, which will also allow you to observe painting differently. A painting is like a mille-feuille: there are several layers,
and contrasts are one of the layers to generate harmony. I assure you that at the end of this video, you will have concrete tools to organize contrasts and you will be a painter who knows what he is doing.

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