The Art of Archival Egg Tempera Panel Painting. A Presentation of Traditional Construction and Materials.
This is part two in a blog series. Part one is HERE.
The Art of Archival Egg Tempera Panel Painting. Portland Museum's Presentation of Traditional Construction and Materials. One featured display:
Presented at the museum exhibit of St John's Altarpiece were accompanying displays of interest. I am taking the time to post these photos as a service to my readers, students and friends who often ask about pigments and such. As the saying goes, "A picture says a thousand words".
Below are "batches" of photos and accompanying descriptions on painting with egg tempera and formatted in a slide presentation. For most viewers you should be able to play or click on the gallery to enlarge an image.
GALLERY ONE: Tools, Gold, Egg & Clay
I am often asked. Where do Powder Pigments come from?
GALLERY TWO: Powder, Stone, Mineral & More
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