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Lesson for Ancient Egyptian Art paintings: Modern Pain Foundation

Egyptian painters’ them into powder and mixed with gum. The resulting pigment is dissolved as a painter wet brush and rub over the surface more like a watercolor in use today. Applications created using paint brush, which makes an innovative arrangement derived from other plants swamp. Brush held inventory green color made with one end of the fiber rod khat. One letter of support from Papyrus paintings, wood paneling, wood and stone, the walls and parts of the pyramids and temples. Today, manufacturers of color, the use of binders which resemble rubber used by painters ancient Egyptians mixed with pigments to produce a source of dye dry as pastels, crayons and the like as well as the media wet as akriliks, gouache, paper, water, emulsion and oil paint and more , modern painters sought to improve the coverage of support for traditional painting, while still very important. Continue reading