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3 edition of How to become an ornamental painter found in the catalog.

How to become an ornamental painter

by Frederick A. Tiffany

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Published by F. A. Tiffany in [Emporia, Kan .
Written in English

  • Painting, Industrial.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT305 .T56
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p.
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23633636M
    LC Control Number08032147

    Trained as a sign, coach, and ornamental painter, Hicks painted over a hundred versions of his now-famous Peaceable Kingdom between and his death. His artistic endeavors provided modest support for his activities as a Quaker preacher in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The theme of this painting, drawn from chapter 11 of Isaiah, was undoubtedly. How good a painter must be to qualify as an Old Master, is not clear. In practice, all of the well-known artists from the above period fall into the category. While eschewed by most art historians for its vagueness, the term is regularly employed by galleries and art auctions to brand and separate the great European artists of yesteryear from.

    As a Quaker, Hicks' artistic profession was on the edge of acceptable vocations. It was all right for Hicks to put his talents to use on wagons, signs and other utilitarian jobs, but to become too ornamental was forbidden among the Friends. Around , though, Hicks saw something that may have shown him a way to compromise. IT did not become popular, though, until its use in 15th century Europe. SEVERAL Renaissance artists are credited for the invention of painting with oil paints, but the actual inventor is unknown. THERE is a modern oil paint that is heated to to degrees Fahrenheit first before painting and dries when it is cool.

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