Oil Painting Introduction
Oil painting is a kind of painting made by using quick-drying vegetable oil (linseed oil, poppy oil, walnut oil, etc.) to blend pigments on canvas linen, cardboard or wood. The thinners used in painting are turpentine and dry linseed oil. The pigment attached to the screen has a strong hardness, and when the screen is dry, it can maintain gloss for a long time. With the opacity and transparency of the pigment, the object is more fully represented, and the color is rich and the three-dimensional texture is strong. Oil painting is one of the main paintings of Western painting.