Following are links to websites of Painters who are Masters of Atmospheric Space.
Notice how award winning Illustrator Jody Hewgill makes use of a verdaille (green underpainting) for cd cover “the Sparrow and the Rascal” for Arkiv records. To review her creative process for this project and others, see posts on, Drawger.
THE FLEMISH ORIGINS OF ITALIAN RENAISSANCE PAINTING EXPLORED IN A LUMINOUS INTERNATIONAL LOAN EXHIBITION
Presented exclusively at The Huntington Sept. 28, 2013—Jan. 13, 2014, “Face to Face: Flanders, Florence, and Renaissance Painting” brings together 35 masterworks to demonstrate that Flemish painting made a vital contribution to that of Renaissance Florence.
A modern Master talks about his working process: Words of Wisdom From Antonio López García by Allison Malafronte, May 2 May 2012
Follow the links to watch a wonderful documentary produced by Columbus Museum of Art in conjunction with the 2009 exhibition, George Tooker: A Retrospective.
The Waiting Room, by George Tooker 1959
The Lotus Flower, by F. Scott Hess was painted in the classical Mixed Technique that the artist learned while studying with Rudolf Hausner at the Academy of Fine Art in Vienna. Click on the link above, to find a step-by-step handout the artist made for his students outlining the procedure. Thank you Scott for sharing this information with our students here in Seattle! You’ll also find there, documentation of his preparatory sketches & drawings for this painting.