Nicolai Fechin: A collection of 320 paintings (HD)

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Nicolai Fechin: A collection of 82 sketches (HD)

Nicolai Fechin: A collection of 82 sketches (HD) Description: "Painter, sculptor. By the time Fechin immigrated to the United States from Russia in 1923, he had developed his palette-knife technique and had many professional successes. He settled in Taos, N.M., painting the landscape and its people. In addition, he built a remarkable house and studio, resplendent in carved woodwork and furniture he created, which has since become a state historical site. Nicolai Fechin grew up in Russia and learned wood carving and gilding from his father. He attended the Kazan School of Art as a teenager, a branch of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, in St. Petersburg, and after graduating enrolled in the Imperial Academy. With the help of American patrons, Fechin, his wife, and young daughter, Eya, left Russia for the United States in 1923 to escape the worsening conditions that arose in the aftermath of World War I and the Russian Revolution. The Fechins lived in New York for four years before moving to Taos, New Mexico, in search of a warmer climate to help with Nicolai’s newly diagnosed tuberculosis. Here, Fechin painted portraits of his family as well as local American Indians. He participated in the Taos art colony, founded in the late nineteenth century by Bert Geer Phillips and Ernest L. Blumenschein. Fechin remodeled the family home by carving much of the interior and furniture inspired by Russian folk art and the techniques he learned from his father. After he and his wife divorced in 1933, Fechin eventually settled in Southern California with his daughter. The house in New Mexico remained with his wife and later passed to Eya. In 1979 the Fechin house was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and today is the site of the Taos Art Museum." --- SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: LearnFromMasters01@gmail.com --- Thanks for all support!

William Merritt Chase: A collection of 362 paintings (HD)

William Merritt Chase: A collection of 362 paintings (HD) Description: "Born in 1849 in Indiana, William Merritt Chase showed artistic talent as a young boy. His family arranged for him to begin formal training in art at the age of eighteen with a local portrait painter in Indianapolis. In 1869 Chase went to New York, where for two years he was a student at the National Academy of Design. He moved briefly to St. Louis, as his family had relocated there, and in 1872, sponsored by contributions from a group of St. Louis art patrons, Chase went to Munich to attend the Royal Academy, something that had been his dream for years. In Munich he studied with Karl von Piloty, who helped him to perfect a quick, bold brushstroke and taught him the dramatic Munich “dark manner.” A few years later Chase abandoned this somber palette in favor of the lighter tones of French impressionism. He returned to New York in 1878 to teach at the Art Students League, a position he held until 1896, when he opened his own art school in the city. Suited to teaching by intellect and personality, he began a long and successful career. He traveled abroad continually, looking at new art and old—the paintings of Velázquez, Whistler, Sargent, as well as Japanese prints—eventually incorporating travel into his teaching career by taking his students abroad. By 1874 Chase was established in his Tenth Street studio, located in a building that was a center for artists. His works often contain views of his studio, an aesthetic setting extravagantly furnished with art and decorative objects he had collected. In his studio, Chase painted, taught, and entertained other artists, students, and patrons. His early portraits and figural compositions show backgrounds that are loosely brushed, with abstract geometric arrangements of paintings, mirrors, and textiles as a foil for the figure, creating a lively counterpoint of straight and curving forms. In 1886 Chase married Alice Gerson, who had been his model. Not only did he depict his wife frequently in his paintings, but also their many children. The family spent their summers in a large house in Shinnecock, Long Island, N.Y., and the fresh and sparkling outdoor scenes he painted there established Chase’s reputation as a superb landscape painter. Between 1891 and 1902 Chase directed a summer school in Shinnecock Hills, which became the most important outdoor art school in America. He was elected president of the Society of American Artists in 1885, a position he held for the next ten years, and in 1890 he was elected academician in the National Academy of Design. Chase was a well-known and prolific artist. His paintings were admired in the United States and abroad for their luminous color, virtuoso brushstroke, and assured composition, and his work was exhibited widely, often winning prestigious awards. He was an influential teacher whose students included many of America’s noted modernist painters—Sheeler, O’Keeffe, Hartley, and Demuth among them. Besides founding the Chase School in New York, he traveled regularly to Philadelphia to teach at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and in his later years, taught summer classes in England, Spain, Holland, and Italy." Feel free to subscribe!

Matisse meets Picasso documentary (2002)

Compiling a half-century of unparalleled artistic dialogue, this program documents the complicated relationship between two indomitable personae: Henri Matisse, the serene, self-indulgent father figure, and Pablo Picasso, the eternal adolescent and fiery primitive. »»﴿───► See more on the Artists and Art Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIZqvqbtz9I3Awxq23UZKyGAzqzAJiUhN »»﴿───► See more on the Documentary Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIZqvqbtz9I0A1T78lAPpY0RN5oM9Gq5c Check out the Patreon rewards! https://www.patreon.com/ManufacturingIntellect The program employs archival photos and film clips, stunning images of painting and sculpture, and firsthand recollections of the Picasso and Matisse circles, illuminating the intersecting creative journeys of both artists. Françoise Gilot and Picasso’s son Claude shed light on the Spaniard’s formal reactions to—and admiration of—Matisse, while Jacqueline Matisse Monnier and Matisse biographer Hilary Spurling reciprocate.

Wet Sand & Dry Sanding Techniques When Prepping for Base Coat Painting

Get A 85-Page Auto Body & Paint Manual + 7-Day Video Boot-Camp Access Here: https://learnautobodyandpaint.com/free-autobody-manual Visit https://www.learnautobodyandpaint.com/ for the BEST Training on How To Paint A Car! Get complete auto body and paint DOMINATION and training here: https://www.learnautobodyandpaint.com/vip-offer/ Read the Blog: Wet Sand & Dry Sanding Techniques When Prepping for Base Coat Painting: https://www.learnautobodyandpaint.com/wet-sand-dry-sanding-techniques-prepping-base-coat-painting/ Hey, it’s Tony. Thanks for watching the video and checking out the blog today. Now, let’s talk about Wet Sand & Dry Sanding Techniques When Prepping for Base Coat Painting. I spent 13 hours on this car to get it primed up, finish all body work and ready for paint. We’re now going to sand it all down with 400-grit, get all the minor imperfections with glaze putty. Then, reshoot those areas with primer. We are literally on the final stages with paint. I made one mistake while I was priming it with my polyester putty. It’s super thick, which you can reduce with a reducer. You can use a 1.9mm to a 2.2mm with it. I used a 1.9mm tip. I used the Warwick 980HE Spray Gun and forgot to take out the filter. I was spraying with the filter, then after a few minutes, my fluid gradually decreased and it was drying. It was wide open fan but the fluid coming out was just an inch. I only figured it out when I took out all the parts and started cleaning it because I thought it was just probably dirty. Then, I saw the filter. Now, we’re using the DA sander to help me cut all of our filler primer with a 320-grit. You can use anywhere from 320-grit to 360-grit. You don’t want to cut too much and don’t want to cut too fast either. We’re taking out all the sand scratches and orange peel to get it nice and flat. Once we’re done with that, we’re going to go over the entire car with 400-grit wet sand and wash it down with circular motion. I show you the complete videos within the LearnAutoBodyAndPaint VIP Course, check out the Toyota Rav4 Series or the Mazda Miata Project. Now, we’re doing our mirrors with 400-grit wet sand. You can just sand over our clear coat and get it ready for paint. Then, we’ll spray our gold base coat right over it. Then, you can see we’re finishing up our front bumper cover with 400-grit, smoothing it all out. It’s best to use your hand when doing body panels like this one. You won’t be able to get it really nice with a block compared to doing it by hand because of the round edges. Once you’re done, wash and spray it off. If get it really glossy like what I show you on video, you know that your paint job is going to come out really nice. The next part of the video is masking the car up. However, you need to make sure that the car is washed, cleaned with the dust and water blown out. You can let it sit for a day and mask it up the following day. Now, we’re cleaning our gun before we start mixing up our paint. I’m showing you how to adjust the spray gun. Pull the trigger all the way down until it hits and tightens up. We want full fluid flow. If you limit your trigger flow, you’re not going to get all the paint out. Check out the video how I demonstrate it. In the video, I’m showing you my Warwick 980HE Spray Gun. This is available on our LearnAutoBodyAndPaint Shop Page. We have great Warwick spray guns on the shop. These guns are high quality yet very affordable. I noticed a pin hole on this quarter panel. I’ll show you what you could do to take it out quickly. I put a little bit of glaze putty, waited 20 minutes to let it dry. We’ll go over it with 400-grit lightly and quickly. Then, wipe it off. When wiping down your car, you just need to lightly tack it to get the dust off. Never push hard. If you’ve watched the main course, you know by now that base coat mixture is 1:1. If you have eight ounces of raw base coat, you need to put eight ounces of reducer. Then, we spray all of our areas that we want the color gold on. We’ll be doing the mirrors, some of the body panels and areas on the decals. I’ll show you how to do a nice two-tone paint scheme on the vehicle. I’m popping a couple of holes around the can so the excess paint goes back in. This is one of the tricks my father taught me and works really well. Now, we’re pouring it in. You can eyeball it. I call it the 1-2-3 rule. You can add a little bit more if it seems too thin. Watch how I do this trick in the video. Now, we’re filling our paint cup. We did our wax and grease remover on the car. Then, we’ll tack it down and be ready for paint. Get A 85-Page Auto Body & Paint Manual + 7-Day Video Boot-Camp Access Here: https://www.learnautobodyandpaint.com/ Connect on Facebook for More FREE Updates: https://www.facebook.com/learnautobodyandpaint Connect on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+HowToPaintYourCar/posts Check Out Our Recommended Gear: https://www.zoolaa.com/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZBkxqNJC9g&list=PLM4S2hGZDSE4645tTLQ-q0CGiR4eSFlBW&index=35 First broadcast: June 2015. Episode 18/18 Best known as the bad girl of the YBA generation, Tracey Emin is now one of the most successful artists working anywhere in the world. This film follows Emin at work in her studio as she prepares for an exhibition in Vienna, where her work is displayed alongside that of Egon Schiele, her artistic hero. In recent years Emin has shifted focus to more figurative work, creating paintings and sculptures that continue to explore her most intimate concerns. She speaks candidly about a life devoted to making art, as well as her ambitions for the future.

Nicolai Fechin: A collection of 320 paintings (HD)

Description: "Painter, sculptor. By the time Fechin immigrated to the United States from Russia in 1923, he had developed his palette-knife technique and had many professional successes. He settled in Taos, N.M., painting the landscape and its people. In addition, he built a remarkable house and studio, resplendent in carved woodwork and furniture he created, which has since become a state historical site.
Nicolai Fechin grew up in Russia and learned wood carving and gilding from his father. He attended the Kazan School of Art as a teenager, a branch of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, in St. Petersburg, and after graduating enrolled in the Imperial Academy. With the help of American patrons, Fechin, his wife, and young daughter, Eya, left Russia for the United States in 1923 to escape the worsening conditions that arose in the aftermath of World War I and the Russian Revolution.

The Fechins lived in New York for four years before moving to Taos, New Mexico, in search of a warmer climate to help with Nicolai’s newly diagnosed tuberculosis. Here, Fechin painted portraits of his family as well as local American Indians. He participated in the Taos art colony, founded in the late nineteenth century by Bert Geer Phillips and Ernest L. Blumenschein. Fechin remodeled the family home by carving much of the interior and furniture inspired by Russian folk art and the techniques he learned from his father. After he and his wife divorced in 1933, Fechin eventually settled in Southern California with his daughter. The house in New Mexico remained with his wife and later passed to Eya. In 1979 the Fechin house was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and today is the site of the Taos Art Museum."

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