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ART ROOM
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  • COLOR RANGE
  • CANVAS

    WHEN COMES TO CANVAS , WE HAVE DIFFERENT VARIANTS OF CLOTHES LIKE COTTON , POLY-COTTON , LINEN , EXPERT LINEN , AND DIFFERENT THICKNESS LIKE 7OZ, 10OZ ,12OZ, AND MAXIMUM HEAVY DUCK OF 14OZ SIZES AVAILABLE :- 20 INCHES TO 144 INCHES I.E 1.7FT TO 12 FT LENGTH AVAILABLE :- IN CASE OF LENGTH ALL ROLLS COMES IN A STANDARD LENGTH OF 5 METERS THIS IS UP TO 7FT ROLLS. ABOVE WHICH 8FT 10FT 12FT COMES IN5.5 METER LENGTH OF 12 OZ CLOTH. FORM 2 FT TO 7 FT OF 10OZ CLOTH OF MONALISA BRAND WE CAN SUPPLY TO A MAXIMUM LENGTH OF 100 MTRS AGAINST ORDER

  • BRUSHES

    A BIT OF HISTORY PEOPLE HAVE BEEN PAINTING ON WALLS IN CAVES WITH PIGMENT AND ANIMAL FAT AS EARLY AS 40,000 YEARS AGO. THE EARLY “BRUSHES” WERE STICKS, SPLIT PALM LEAVES, WHALEBONE OR EVEN SHAVINGS OF WOOD. THE PAINT BRUSHES WE SEE TODAY WERE FIRST MADE WITH ANIMAL HAIR, OFTEN OF LONG-HAIR HOG BRISTLE. OTHER ANIMALS USED FOR THEIR HAIR INCLUDE SQUIRREL, GOAT, OX, BADGER, HORSE-HAIR, AND SABLE, A MEMBER OF THE MINK FAMILY. EACH OF THESE HAIR TYPES IS UNDERSTOOD FOR ITS UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS AND MATCHED TO THE TYPE OF PAINT THAT IT WORKS BEST WITH. SABLE BRUSHES, FOR EXAMPLE, ARE CONSIDERED THE ABSOLUTE BEST FOR WATERCOLOR PAINTING. KNOWLEDGEABLE ARTISTS SEEK OUT, AND OFTEN WAIT ON RESERVE LISTS, FOR LARGER SIZE SABLE BRUSHES THAT CAN ONLY BE MADE AFTER EXTREMELY COLD WINTERS IN SIBERIA AND MONGOLIA. IN THESE SEVERE CONDITIONS, TAILS GET BUSHIER AND THEIR HAIR LONGER AND MORE RESILIENT. AFTER MILD WINTERS, LARGE SIZE SABLE BRUSHES CAN BECOME SCARCE.

  • EASELS

    THE WORD EASEL THE WORD EASEL COMES FROM THE DUTCH WORD EZEL, MEANING “ASS OR DONKEY.” An easel is a portable support used to hold a panel or canvas while being painted. Easel painting was known to the ancient Egyptians. In the first century CE, the Roman scholar, Pliny the Elder, makes reference of a large panel being painted placed on what must have been an easel. During the 12th century, monks started using easel-type writing desks to help them paint their illuminated manuscripts. However, it wasn't until the 13th century that painting on easels (and the first use of oil paints) starting replacing murals and other forms of wall painting. The easel and easel painting developed during the Renaissance period of art. Easels forever changed the way painters worked. For the first time easel painting in an artist studio became an established art form and for the first time painters were recognized as individual artists with individual styles.

  • PAPERS & PADS& ROLL
  • MEDIUMS AND VARNISHES
  • ACCESSORIES
  • DRAWING AND ILLUSTRATION
  • BOOKS - PAINTING
  • ART BOOkS
  • EASELS
  • camel poster colors 500ml
  • ART REFRENCE BOOKS

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