How Olga Boznanska Builds Form in her Paintings | Analysis of Portrait of a Woman (1914-16)
In this Masterclass, Jan-Ove Tuv analyzes Olga Boznanska’s Portrait of a Woman (1914-16).
Watch the full video (link below) and you will learn about:
• Making connections between the different parts of a painting
• Mastering warm against cool colors
• A case for extremely bright shadows
• Hiding central parts in plain sight
• Using warm colors instead of white to achieve light
• Strokes crossing the line! (transitions united by color)
• Setting up “wedges” to support the notion of a line
• Separating forms by the direction of the strokes
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