• Could someone please help me to find out who painted this image of Jesus?

    Could someone please help me to find out who painted this image of Jesus?

    Best answer: Not sure, but its my favorite picture of Jesus. I have it too.
    Best answer: Not sure, but its my favorite picture of Jesus. I have it too.
    9 answers · 14 hours ago
  • If you were a billionaire, would you pay $90million for a single painting?

    https://abcnews.go.com/International/dav... If you were a billionaire, would you pay $90million USD for a single painting ("Pool with Two Figures")?
    https://abcnews.go.com/International/dav... If you were a billionaire, would you pay $90million USD for a single painting ("Pool with Two Figures")?
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What can I paint for my professor?

    I am graduating college this year and I want to give my favourite professor a gift. I paint on my free time, so I thought painting something for them would be a nice gift. They have always been really kind and encouraging, protecting me against other professors and even mobbing at my internship. They have always... show more
    I am graduating college this year and I want to give my favourite professor a gift. I paint on my free time, so I thought painting something for them would be a nice gift. They have always been really kind and encouraging, protecting me against other professors and even mobbing at my internship. They have always been there to guide me and to offer me help. But I come into a halt when I think about what I can paint for them. All I know is I want to make an oil painting. Any suggestions would help!
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Questions about acyrlic painting?

    Best answer: Simple question, very complex answer. Since you are just starting experiment with BOTH methods and see which works best for you and which looks best to you. If you like a thick textural look then staring dark and layering lighter color ending with white gives a thick paint layer on the canvas. Working with the... show more
    Best answer: Simple question, very complex answer. Since you are just starting experiment with BOTH methods and see which works best for you and which looks best to you. If you like a thick textural look then staring dark and layering lighter color ending with white gives a thick paint layer on the canvas. Working with the lighter color and adding thin layers of darker and darker works best with a flat thin paint skin is required. Starting light and working into shadows is used for transparent water colors and the only way to get color gradients. With oils a layer of darker underpainting (look this word up -it's an important technique you need to know) is first used to give richness and depth to the entire canvas. Acrylic can be thinned like watercolors or it can be as thick as oil paint so you can do either. As you progress on your art journey the method by which you handle dark to light will become part of your signature artist's style.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Was the first subject matter to ever be painted about animals?

    Best answer: No, depictions of animals are by far the most common themes in cave painting; but the oldest cave paintings are not animals. The oldest known cave painting is the outline of a hand found in the Maltravieso cave, at Cáceres, Spain; which is older than 64,000 years. The oldest cave painting depicting an animal is a... show more
    Best answer: No, depictions of animals are by far the most common themes in cave painting; but the oldest cave paintings are not animals. The oldest known cave painting is the outline of a hand found in the Maltravieso cave, at Cáceres, Spain; which is older than 64,000 years.
    The oldest cave painting depicting an animal is a picture of a Bull dated to somewhere between 40,000 to 50,000 BC; in the Lubang Jeriji Saléh cave, near Samarinda, Indonesia.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is modern art kinda shitty?

    Is modern art kinda shitty?

    Best answer: It is pretty much a case of the Emperor has no Clothes. It is the naive being fleeced by charlatans.
    Best answer: It is pretty much a case of the Emperor has no Clothes. It is the naive being fleeced by charlatans.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Bob Ross a good thing for beginner painters?

    Best answer: Depends on if you want to be a truly great artist or you just want to have fun. If you just want fun then go Bob Ross. If you want to be a great fine artist then go to a reputable school and learn to mix paint and use medium and how much to mix etc. You will also learn how to prepare a canvas properly.
    Best answer: Depends on if you want to be a truly great artist or you just want to have fun. If you just want fun then go Bob Ross. If you want to be a great fine artist then go to a reputable school and learn to mix paint and use medium and how much to mix etc. You will also learn how to prepare a canvas properly.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I painted an Owl, does it look like an OWL?
  • Best paint brushes for oil painting, that aren't expensive. ?

    I really love art and Im trying to do oil painting and get all the supplise. Ive used cheep arclyics in the past, but I want to use brushes that are good for different tenques like dont loose their shape eaisly or need to be replaced constantly....any ideas..not too expensive though, because Imm new. Im starting... show more
    I really love art and Im trying to do oil painting and get all the supplise. Ive used cheep arclyics in the past, but I want to use brushes that are good for different tenques like dont loose their shape eaisly or need to be replaced constantly....any ideas..not too expensive though, because Imm new. Im starting with gamblin paints. and blick canvas.
    3 answers · 2 months ago
  • What do u think of Picassos work?

    I know his stuff before cubism was good.
    I know his stuff before cubism was good.
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Should William Holden Hunt's painting "Scapegoat" be destroyed because he starved the goat to death as he painted it?

    Best answer: If that ever actually happened then you'd have something to think about, yes.
    Best answer: If that ever actually happened then you'd have something to think about, yes.
    11 answers · 3 months ago
  • Why do the females in old art (like 13th to 18th century) all look alike?

    Best answer: They weren't painting the reality so to say, rather an accepted ideal that in that age was considered beautiful
    Best answer: They weren't painting the reality so to say, rather an accepted ideal that in that age was considered beautiful
    8 answers · 3 months ago
  • Is painting and drawing a dying genre?

    9 answers · 3 months ago
  • What do you think about Hitlers paintings? It’s some nice artwork?

    He was a talented artist
    He was a talented artist
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • How do artists get a big drawing up on a building sized wall in order to paint a mural?

    Do they buy a light projector and then trace their own image onto the building wall? How can they draw on such a big scale?
    Do they buy a light projector and then trace their own image onto the building wall? How can they draw on such a big scale?
    5 answers · 3 months ago
  • How does someone get their artwork put up in a restaurant?

    I saw a painting put up in a local restaurant I don't think is anything great. Do you think it was put up because someone at the restaurant knows her? I've seen many painting much better than this one.
    I saw a painting put up in a local restaurant I don't think is anything great. Do you think it was put up because someone at the restaurant knows her? I've seen many painting much better than this one.
    7 answers · 4 months ago