Published: March 5, 2012

Watercolor


Paint, which is used for the manufacture of water-soluble binders such as gum arabic. Watercolour is usually diluted with water to a state of transparency and applied to the paper a broad spots, known under the name of a blur. Lots of white paper is often left unpainted to create knockouts, and watercolors numb spots on each other, forming a gradation of colors (Emil Nolde). Watercolor technique is very useful for the transfer of atmospheric effects, so it was especially popular srediangliyskih landscape XVIII and XIX centuries, such as John Robert Cousins ​​and Joseph Mallord William Turner.

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