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DEMO-CLASS. TOPIC: KNIFE PAINTING PRESENTED BY: ANU JANGALA K.V. SECTOR-8, R K PURAM, SECOND SHIFT. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The Historical background and origin of Knife Painting can be traced out from the traditional impasto technique used in painting. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND.

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demo class

DEMO-CLASS

TOPIC: KNIFE PAINTING

PRESENTED BY:

ANU JANGALA

K.V. SECTOR-8, R K PURAM, SECOND SHIFT

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HISTORICAL BACKGROUNDThe Historical background and origin of Knife Painting can be traced out from the traditional impasto technique used in painting

historical background
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

In English, the borrowed Italian word impasto most commonly refers to a technique used in painting, where paint is laid on an area of the surface (or the entire canvas) very thickly, usually thickly enough that the brushor painting-knifestrokes are visible. Paint can also be mixed right on the canvas. When dry, impasto provides texture, the paint appears to be coming out of the canvas.

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ARTISTS
  • The first objective of impasto technique was originally sought by masters such as Rembrandt, Titian, and Vermeer, to represent folds in clothes or jewels: it was then juxtaposed with more delicate painting. Much later, the French Impressionists created entire canvases of rich impasto textures. Vincent van Gogh used it frequently for aesthetics and expression. Abstract expressionists such as Hans Hofmann and Willem de Kooning also made extensive use of it, motivated in part by a desire to create paintings which dramatically record the "action" of painting itself.
knife painting tools
KNIFE PAINTING TOOLS
  • A palette knife is a blunt tool used for mixing or applying paint, with a flexible steel blade. It is primarily used for mixing paint colors, paste, etc., The "palette" in the name is a reference to an artist's palette which is used for mixing oil paint and acrylic paints.
  • Art knives come primarily in two types:
  • palette knife resembling a putty knife with a rounded tip, suited for mixing paints on the palette;
  • painting knife with a pointed tip, lowered or "cranked" like a trowel, suited for painting on canvas.