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Painting. M. Ryan Academic Decathlon 2005-06. Painting. Paint is composed of three materials: Pigment Binder Solvent PBS. Painting. Pigment: natural or synthetic colored materials finely ground into a powder. Clay, gemstones, minerals, plants, insects.

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painting

Painting

M. Ryan

Academic Decathlon 2005-06

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Paint is composed of three materials:

Pigment

Binder

Solvent

PBS

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Pigment: natural or synthetic colored materials finely ground into a powder.

Clay, gemstones, minerals, plants, insects

http://webexhibits.org/pigments/

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Binder: holds the pigment together and adheres the paint to a surface.

Egg yolks, linseed oil, wax

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Solvent: added to thin or thicken paint, slow or speed up its drying time.

Water or oil.

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Paint can be applied with a variety of tools: brushes, fingers, painting knives, sticks.

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Types of paint:

Tempera

Oil

Watercolor

Gouache

Acrylic

Encaustic

Casein

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Tempera: water based, egg binder, used prior to 1400’s, colors cannot be mixed, narrow range, fast-drying

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/t/tempera.html

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Oil: easily mixed, more permanent, used after 1400, slow-drying, can be used in thin layers called glazes or in thick lumps to make an impasto surface.

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Watercolor: most common water-based paint, transparent. White paint is seldom used to lighten paint (water is used ) Light colors are applied first, then dark, working from background to foreground.

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/wxyz/watercolor.html

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Gouache: water-based opaque paint, it has more body and dries more slowly than watercolor. Similar to tempera.

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/g/gouache.html

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Acrylic: synthetic paint with plastic binder

recent (20th century), versatile, similar to oil but dries faster, not as shiny

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/a/acrylicpaints.html

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Encaustic: ancient process of mixing pigments with wax, and then ironing the mixture to a surface.

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/e/encaustic.html

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Casein: uses milk protein as a binder, glue-like consistency

Too brittle to be used on canvas.

http://www.sinopia.com/casein.html

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Fresco: mixing pigments with plaster (walls, ceilings)

Buon “true” Fresco: paint is bound in the wet plaster

Fresco secco: paint is applied to dry plaster.

http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/f/fresco.html

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Allowed artists to move out of the studio. “en plein air”

Paint tube: invented in the late 19th Century

Tremendous impact on style and subject matter: impressionism