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Types of Paintings

Painting is the craft of sprinkling hues and colors with the assistance of brushes to create art. Painting should be possible on any surface and it can be digital or manual, utilizing paints and brushes. There are various types of painting materials like sand, paper, clay and some more. Painting is about imagination, so painters don’t confine themselves to just restricted medium and materials, it’s a consistently developing procedure. There are distinctive sorts of painting styles yet current style of painting is the most looked for after strategy, it enables the craftsman to deliver his/her thoughts on the canvas with a blend of innovation, conceptual and dreamlike strategies. There are distinctive styles of painting like abstract art, conceptual art, modern art, Hyper realism, pop art, Futurism and of course Impressionism. There are also different types of painting and they are as follows: –


  • Oil paintings- Oil painting can be a chaotic undertaking and can be very frightening for apprentices. Oil painting is appropriate for a wide range of styles. You get the opportunity to work with smooth surface of paint and it has a nice scent to it as well. Oil paint uses some drying oil as a binder to the pigments, which brings the wonderful texture to oil paintings. The most widely recognized drying oils utilized as a cover are walnut oil, linseed oil, poppy seed oil and some more. Oil paintings was used by Indians and Chinese in the 5th century but it became popular only in the 15th century.


  • Water color painting- Watercolor painting is generally done on the paper. In this particular kind of painting, one uses water-based paints for the blend of hues. Contrasted with oil painting, watercolor painting is likewise comparatively a tougher undertaking. These days a lot of painters’ experiment with practical looking pictures by utilizing watercolors. The blend of hues is exceptionally essential in this, since a lot of anything, changes the shade of the hues.


  • Pastel painting- Pastel sticks are generally used to make the pastel paintings. Utilizing pastel sticks you can promptly begin drawing and shading, it utilizes the similar binding pigments, just that pastel sticks are a powder form which are bound together using a binding agent, and they are instant. On the off chance that you are searching for unadulterated and profound hues, its most often recommended to use pastel sticks. Pastel paintings should be possible on canvas, so you can do delightful layering of colors with pastels.


  • Acrylic Paintings- If you are searching for quick drying paint, for that acrylic painting is the best. These are water solvent paints, yet once the painting is finished, it turns water resistant. Most painters love to work with acrylic paints. For sculptures, facial highlights, numerous painters utilize acrylic painting. It is rather simple to clean the brushes after painting as well, since acrylic paints require just water to wash them off.




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There’s no doubt that many people would agree that the majority of artwork found in museums and private collections around the world are priceless. It is difficult to put a price on many paintings; however, almost on a daily basis, art is sold and bought, often with hefty prices that most will never be able to afford. So, let’s take a look at some of the most expensive paintings in the world.



  • Numerous individuals would presumably concur that the Mona Lisa, painted by High Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, is invaluable. Putting a cost on an artful culmination of this bore is almost impossible; however, in 1962, the Mona Lisa was safeguarded for $100 million USD, the most noteworthy at the time. In the present cash, that would be some place around $700 million USD, effectively making it the most expensive painting. The Mona Lisa is an exquisite picture accepted to be that of Lisa Geraldine, the wife of a cloth merchant Francesco del Gioconda. It currently resides in the louvre museums.


  • Gauguin painted the post-impressionist “Nafea Faa Ipoipo” (When Will You Marry?) in 1892. Portraying two women sitting among a beautiful scene of gold, green and blue, the fine art sold in 2015 for roughly $300 million USD, tying it with Interchange as the most expensive painting sold. While the buyer isn’t confirmed, many trust that it is currently in the ownership of the Qatar royal family.


  • The Card Players of 1892-93 is painted by the Paul Cézanne as a part of a series of five paintings. The larger part of these artworks is housed in incredibly famous museum accumulations. Art darlings around the globe learned in 2012 that this particular variant was secretly sold the year before in 2011, at a stunning cost of over $250 million USD. This painting is also known to be possessed by the Royal Qatar family.


  • A brilliant show of geometric shapes and edges painted by the Orientalist painting The Women of Algiers in their Apartment by Eugene Delacroix, Les Femmes D’Alger (Version ‘O’) by Cubist brains Pablo Picasso sold for a fantastic $179.3 million USD in May 2015 at a Christie’s Auction. All through his career, Picasso painted 15 distinct variants of this specific work – ‘O’ was the last one, finished in 1955. Like many other paintings, the purchaser has stayed unknown.

  • A standout amongst the costliest paintings ever, Nu couché, or Reclining Nude, was painted by the Italian painter Amedeo Modigliani in 1917-18. Highlighting a naked lady lying against a generally dim red setting, the work, which is one of Modigliani’s most recognized pieces, sold on November 9, 2015 for $170.4 million USD. The buyer of this work is the billionaire Lui Yiqian.



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