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But one artist that helped me on my development was the work of Andrew Wyeth for his superb use of egg tempera.
mix secondary, tertiary and tints of colors, using the primary colors, plus white tempera paint.
Panel 1 During the World War there was a great migration North by Southern Negroes, 1941, Jacob Lawrence, casein tempera on hardboard, 12 x 18 in.
Their separation directly influenced her painting, for example, The Lady With the White Knight, 1942-43, egg tempera on board, 29 X 16 inches, one of the earliest paintings in this exhibition.
Popular in pre-Renaissance times, Egg Tempera paintings gradually declined when oil paintings became popular.
Used for egg tempera painting, the source of the colors includes mineral, plant and insect pigments.
Andrew Wyeth: temperas, watercolors, dry brush, drawings, 1938 to 1966.
Many artists in the early 1500s painted with tempera paints on wood panels.
Indeed, the actual craft took a very central place in his painting, and it led him, with the encouragement of Ruskin, to adopt the difficult medium of tempera, which he was to struggle with all his life.
Duccio's work, to be called the Stroganoff Madonna after its first recorded owner, is painted on wood panel in tempera and gold.