Royal Brush Classic Magnolias Paint Set
Item 450008
Exquisite magnolias bloom in magnificent detail in this stunning still life from the Paint Your Own Masterpiece series, making use of the Renaissance technique called Grisaille, which is the process of developing artworks in gray tones and then using transparent color glazes to bring the art to its full color brilliance. Watch as your very own masterpiece comes to life at the tip of your brush. Paint kit includes pre-printed art board, acrylic paints, artist paintbrush, and easy instructions. 14 x 11" (36 x 28cm).
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Item 450008
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 3 reviews)

By alice
clarkson , KY
January 23, 2018
"I really enjoyed this project. The instructions were fairly easy to follow and the picture turned out great for me."
August 11, 2017
"Half way through...not for the beginning artist. I am used to putting my backgrounds in first. I am finding the background washes difficult to execute..but still, it is coming together and will be very nice when I finish."
June 22, 2017
"I thought it was paint by numbers. really don't like the end results."