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Master Painting Composition by Rubens - Part I [Art Techniques] (2014)

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Published on Jun 6, 2014

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If you've ever wondered how the master painters composed their paintings...how they breathe life into their work...how they captivate their viewers and keep them coming back, then this series is for you! I go through each design technique, step by step. Describing how Rubens achieved such an amazing masterpiece. The key is learning design and composition in order to grab ahold of your viewers attention and keep them enchanted while they enjoy your art.

This is a three part series and you can find written analyzed paintings of over 100 master paintings as well as a couple sculptures.

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Just a few of the topics covered:

artistic composition,
composition,
design,
set design,
photography,
painting,
geometry,
armature,
grid,
root rectangles,
phi ratio,
diagonals,
reciprocals,
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figure to ground relationship,
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