4 reasons why to choose delicate composition
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In the 1960s, acrylics were used in the UK. Of particular note are the works of David Hockney, Mark Lancaster, Richard Smith, Bridget Riley and Leonard Rozoman. Acrylic and Pop Art
In the 1950s and early 1960s, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol laid the foundation for American pop art, paving the link between art and popular culture. Acrylic paints made it possible to receive clear and vivid images, reflecting artists’ ideas about modern life. Acrylic paints and photorealism. From the second half of the 1960s to the early 1970s, Richard Estes and Chuck Close in America and Malcolm Morley in England created canvases based only on photographic images. The huge portraits of Close and street scenes of Estes were inimitably similar to photographs, while the viewer was simply mesmerized by artistically executed images.
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Acrylic paints quick-drying have good covering ability and excellent brightness of color. They do not burn out under the sun, do not fade with time! When the paint dries, it turns into a resilient, resistant coating. Acrylic is written on paper, cardboard, wood, on metal, fabric, ceramics and glass! The condition for such a wide application is only one – the surfaces are properly cleaned of dust and grease! A variety of techniques for the use of acrylic paints If acrylic paints are diluted with water, they become very similar to gouache or watercolor. If you apply the paint directly to tubes or dilute it very slightly, it becomes possible to work in the so-called pasty technique – something that resembles traditional oil painting.