with Andrew Conklin
The Flemish painting method describes a painting technique that involves seven layers (canvas, sizing, ground, imprimatura, dead coloring, second coloring and retouching) that was widely used by painters in and near the county of Flanders during the early 15th century until the 17th century. The Flemish masters were the first to use and perfect oil as a painting medium (prior to that, artists painted using egg tempera and casein to bind their pigments).
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