|This lesson is based on the Chippendale style of folk art painting.
Thomas Chippendale was an English furniture and cabinet maker. He was a designer who greatly influenced the interior design world of Great Britain during the 1800’s. Chippendale himself was influenced by French Rococo in the style of Louis XV furniture and Chinese styles with latticework and lacquer.
As time passed, as with every trend, new styles of decorative furniture and objects emerged bearing some traces of the original ornamentation from Chippendale’s designs.
Often, the style was characterized by ornamentation based on organic forms such as motifs of hanging branches and flowers drawn from nature which had a little historical connection. This style remained influential to the present day.
In this painting pattern, artist Gaby Hunter uses the traditional Chippendale folk art painting techniques of layering transparent and opaque pigments to create dimensional effects.
Folk Art - Chippendale Flowers and Hummingbird - Downloadable Painting Pattern by Gaby Hunter
|This downloadable e-packet comes with detailed step by step written instructions, line drawing and step photos for the artist to paint along with.|
Media: Traditions Acrylics
Mediums: Traditions Extender - DATM02, Traditions Multi-Surface Sealer - DATM03, Traditions Satin Varnish - DATM04
Posted by Martine Verret on 1st Mar 2016
Moi qui adore ce genre de tableau, ce patron est très beau et bien écrit...
Thank you Gaby...
Posted by Pauline Brechlin on 26th Feb 2013
Very impressive pattern and very in depth instructions. WILL BE ORDERING MORE!
Posted by Carolina Oropeza on 7th Feb 2013
The steps are clear and the pictures help to follow along.
Posted by Sheliah Borne from New Zealand on 19th Jan 2012
Loved painting this design. I painted mine on a wooden box for my daughter. She loved it! Thank you.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Dec 2010
Your instructions are easy to follow. I am happy with my finished painting and I am only a new painter. I want to get all your packets now. 5 stars for the artist.