The best way to understand the watercolor technique is to start with a seascape. Even if you do not have experience, it does not matter. There are ready-made solutions in order to master the technique of watercolor.
There are hundreds of examples of how people, without having an art education, I began to create beautiful works of art. Something turned on inside them, and they began to realize hidden abilities, found themselves.
There are certain rules and laws in any art technique. If you decide to move in this direction, then my advice will help you achieve your goal faster.
I offer you a series of watercolor lessons that will make your progress towards mastery quick and effective. To do this, Continue reading
First of all, I would like to know what picturesque associations do you have with this unusual surname – Benoit? You are absolutely right! Kings and emperors, the court suite and, of course, the beauty of castles and palaces. After all, the favorite themes in the painting of the great master are “France of the times of Louis XIV” and “Petersburg of the 18th, beginning of the 19th century”.
Here is what Benoit wrote to his nephew: I am intoxicated with Versailles, this is some kind of illness, love, criminal passion. After graduating from the law university in the 1890s, he begins to paint and travels abroad. Benoit visits Germany and Austria, and later Italy and France. It was under the impression of a trip to France in 1896-1898 that the great artist creates a cycle of watercolors “Walks of Continue reading
Graphics is a type of fine art. It can be divided into three types:
– monumental – is closely connected with the architectural ensemble, for example, a poster (monumental printed graphics), wall graphics, cardboards;
– easel – performed “on the machine”, has no connection with a certain interior, the purpose and meaning of the work is completely limited to the artistic content (drawing, print, print);
– decorative – book illustrations, postcards, any graphic images on any subject that do not have special artistic value, but serve to organize the surface of the subject. Also, floristry refers to decorative graphics – compositions created using the fluff of trees, straws and other “living” materials. Continue reading