Appreciate the Landscape Painting

Appreciate the Landscape Painting

Landscape oil paintings are based on natural scenery and painting with oil painting materials.

They are called landscape oil paintings and can be divided into: natural landscape oil paintings, landscape oil paintings, blue sky and white oil paintings, sunrise and sunset oil paintings, and streetscape oil paintings.

Early paintings did not have this independent category. Landscape paintings only appeared in the form of backgrounds or foils in some figure paintings.

Until the 16th century after the Renaissance, landscape oil painting appeared as an independent painting genre in the European art world and was greatly developed.

The light and dark in the oil painting landscape is the light reflected by the object under the sunlight. The main emphasis is on space and volume, and the contrast between light and dark can create a sense of space.

The main scenes can be painted and thicker, and vice versa. This not only shows the taste of the picture, but also enhances the sense of space. The key to the performance of the spatial level is to deal with the scenes of the three levels of near, medium and far.

We must learn to face complex scenes, consciously organize, summarize the scenes, use perspective, color knowledge and various treatment methods.

Cold and warm is the essence of oil painting landscape. Under natural light, the bright part is warm, and the dark part is cool. For example, the bright part is yellowish and the dark part is purple (contrast color).

The contrast between cold and warm can also create space, the near view is warmer, and the distant view is colder. The thickness and thickness of the paint: the close-up should be thick and the perspective should be thin. Because it is thin, it can push the horizon far away.

On the contrary, the thicker the paint, the thinner and thicker distances can be pulled away. Many painters will make the paint thicker and make the texture.

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