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P ainting is one of the main types of fine art; is an artistic image of the objective world with colored paints on the surface. Painting is divided into: easel, monumental and decorative.
Easel painting â
mostly represented by works done with oil paints on canvas (cardboard, wooden boards or bare). Represents the most massive type of painting. It is this species that is usually applied to the term âpaintingâ.
One of the popular scenic genres, in which the artist seeks to reflect nature, its beauty or feature. Different kinds of nature (the mood of the season and the weather) have a strong emotional impact on any viewer â this is a psychological feature of a person. Architectural painting â A special area is the street views of cities that convey the atmosphere of the place. Another direction of this genre is the image of the beauty of the architecture of a particular building â its appearance or image of its interiors.
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Monumental painting is the technique of drawing on walls when decorating buildings and architectural elements in buildings. Especially common in Europe is a fresco â a monumental painting on a raw plaster with water-soluble paints. This technique of drawing is well known since antiquity.
Another difference in the differences between the types of painting is the technique of execution for varieties of paints. There are not always enough common signs to determine. The boundary between painting and graphics in each individual case: for example, works made with watercolor or pastel, can relate to both and the other area, depending on the approach of the artist and the tasks assigned to him. Although drawings on paper refer to graphics, the use of various paint techniques sometimes erases the differences between painting and graphics.
The perspective is the way of displaying a three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface. As we observe the world around us, we see that the objects are apparently smaller and smaller, and the parallel lines converge (they accumulate in a point).