Pigments

Pigments

Slide 1: Grinding Pigments
Straet_Woodcut_Pigment_grinding

Jan van der Straet (also known as Stradanus) (Dutch, 1523 – 1604), Painter’s Studio, woodcut. As the masterpaints a large canvaswith a picture of St. George and the Dragon at the center, an apprenticepaints a portrait from a model at left, two make drawings and one mixes colors in the foreground, two more grind pigments into oil on the right, and a last one carries a canvas toward the doorway. Windows let in natural light from several angles. There are numerous shelves, drawers and tables for supplies and works -in- progress. See studio.

Slide 2: St. Luke Painting
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Slide 3: Deutsch St. Luke painting the Virgin
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Niklaus Deutsch born 1484? Berne d 1530 Berne Painter

St. Luke painting the Virginimages (title only)

1515 painting width: 84.25 cm h: 121.5 cm wood

Slide 4: St Luke Painting the Virgin
After_Massys_St_Luke_Painting_the_Virgin

Saint Luke painting the Virgin and Child

about 1530

MASSYS, Quinten, follower of

http://www.jcsparks.com/painted/pigment_print.html

http://www.mauigateway.com/~donjusko/1artists.htm

http://webexhibits.org/pigments/

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