The word painting is a noun. Painting means (1) the occupation of a house painter, (2) the act of applying paint to a surface, (3) creating a picture with paints, (4) graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word painting.
Browse this painting contractor guide and directory to learn about painting contractors and painters in the United States. The photo on this page shows a painting contractor, on an aluminum leader, brushing paint onto house eaves.
Browse this art paintings directory for information about art painting suppliers in the United States of America. The oil painting on this page depicts a field of red poppy flowers.
Browse this custom auto painting directory for information about custom auto painting services in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a custom automobile paint job.
This decorative painting directory lists decorative painting solution providers throughout the United States. The photograph on this page depicts decorative painting on a pottery plate.
The history of watercolor art is first documented in early cave dwelling paintings, but modern watercolor painting techniques emerged during the 15th century with the landscape paintings of Albrecht Durer.
Art schools educate students in the visual arts, including art education, ceramics, painting, sculpture, studio art, and graphic design. Page includes an art and design school directory.
Fine art is art that is produced for aesthetic enjoyment, rather than utilitarian purpose. Fine art prints encompass realistic, expressionistic, and abstract styles of drawing and painting.
Watercolor art paper is the focus of the Watercolor-Paper.com website. If you are a watercolor artist who is choosing paper for a watercolor painting, this website can get you started in the right direction.
AllPosters, located in Berkeley, California and founded in 1998, sells posters from around the world. They have available several million prints and posters and also offer framing services. Users can search for a specific artist or painting or can browse from categories such as movies, music, sports, college, vintage, photography, fine arts, and best sellers.
The American Watercolor Society was founded in 1866 to promote the art of watercolor painting in America. The Society holds a juried International Exhibition each year in New York City, and the show then travels to other locations during the year. The website also provides information about joining the Society, research sources, publications and CDs, and scholarships offered.
The following articles provide recent painting-related news.