All You Need To Know About How To Pain Impressionist Art

Believe it or not, anyone can become an impressionist artist. Many may question this statement, but it is true. Now this is not to say that you will not have to do a bit of practice, because it definitely will, but you can become a pro in no time at all.

Oil and Acrylic Paint

While the famous Monet and Van Gogh utilized oil paint to create their impressionist art, acrylic can be used, as well. Many artists prefer acrylic, because it dries much faster than oil paints, but if you take advantage of medium, then you can speed up the drying process. You will need to do a bit of research, before you purchase a particular type of medium, because some will delay the drying process.

Experimental Painting

It is important to have fun with your painting activities, because once you turn it into a strenuous task, you may not enjoy it as much. It is important to experiment with abstract and realism styles, you will be able to master the skill of impressionist painting. It will take a lot of time and dedication, before you become a pro, but stay loose and have fun with your adventure.

No Black Paint

While most artist prefer to utilize black paint in their art, you should go ahead and do away with it, if you want to become an impressionist. The original impressionist style does not include black oil paint, but you can take advantage of dark purples and a mixture of greens, blues, and reds.

Open yourself up to this huge alteration, because if you refuse to relent to the impressionist style, you will never be able to obtain your goal.

Beautiful Paintings

Impressionist style was definitely not favorable, when Van Gogh and Monet was utilizing it to create their now famous art. It does grow on the art enthusiast, because there is just something about it that pulls one into the painting.

Here is a beautiful example of an impressionist painting.


To learn more about becoming an impressionist artist, please view this article.


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