Oil Painting

Oil paint is a type of slow-drying paint consisting of small pigment particles suspended in a drying oil. Oil paints have been used in England as early as the 13th century for simple decoration.

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Oil Painting Historical Information

Brief History of Oil Painting

History of Chinese Painting

History of Oil Paint

History of Painting Mediums

The Materials of Painting

Oil Painting Information And Tutorials

A Small Landscape Painting Tutorial

Color Mixing Instruction

Free Oil Painting Lesson

How to Clean Your Brushes

How to Stretch a Canvas

Human Proportions Tutorial

Joy Of Painting Online Lesson

Landscape Painting Tips For Beginners

Oil Painting a Tutorial for Beginners

Oil Painting Lessons

Online Lesson Painting Horse In Landscape with Figures

Painting a Simple Vase Lesson

Painting Exercise Painting Rocks Under Water

Tutorial on Compostion

Oil Painting Online Guides and Information

All About Brushes Chart

Dictionary of Human Form

Interactive Color Wheel Experiment With Color Online

Online Artists Channel

Oil Painting Terms

Send an Art E-Card

Oil Painting Downloadables

Artist Color Wheel Free Download

Paint Online Software Learn to Draw

Online Oil Painting Demos

A Classical Painting Demo

Barnacle Geese a Painting Demo

Huihan Liu Painting Demo

Marble Walls Oil Painting Demo

Oil Painting Demo

Scott Burdick Oil Painting Demo

Always lay your oil paints out on your palette in the same order so that, with time, you'll be able to pick up a bit of a colour instinctively.


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