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    Anders Zorn

    Swedish painter (1860-1920)

    This guy has an insanely beautiful way of using light and color!

    watercolor

    oils




    http://www.algonet.se/~mgus/zorn/index.html

    enjoy,
    -Joshua

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    Zorn is incredible at maximizing his limited color palette. if i remember correctly, he used something like: Yellow Ochre, vermilion, ivory black and cremmtz white or zinc white.

    Just for kicks, here are his watercolors that he executed during his 20's

    http://www.zorn.se/water.html

    Jeremy

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    hey josh...see what the two girls are doing in the bottom image??

    thats what you need to be doing.


    daily.


    j

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    Just bringing the thread back up...

    -Joshua

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    Terrific thread Josh.

    I like how Manley pushes you to paint.

    -http://iwasink.com/-
    DS Illustration
    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    BOOYAW!

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    haha.. awesome..

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    fantastic, reminds me why I need a Zorn book so bad, we should add some more images to these priceless threads.

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    I need to follow those chickies' example as well D:

    Thanks for the bump! =D Never really seen any of his work before. He's got a wicked cool last name to boot.

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