Hard Pastels - Teckningskritor

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    Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor vit 12 set
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  9. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor chrome yellow light
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  18. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor vermillion Red
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  21. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor persian pink
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  24. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor cobalt blue light
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  26. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor ultramarine blue light
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  41. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor natural sienna
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    Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor nut brown
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  43. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor burnt sienna
  44. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor terra pozzuoli
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    Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor dark grey
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  46. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor indian red
  47. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor caput mortum
  48. Teckningskrita Koh-I- Noor light grey

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Färgkarta hard pastels PDF

The beginnings of the use of the predecessors of pastels can be dated to the 15th century, when soft pastels and similar materials started to be widely used in studies of drawing.

The first old masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo used sanguine and ink for their paintings. As time went by, they sought new materials and techniques. The final step was the use of pastels. Italian painters of the cinquecento period can be considered pioneers of the pastel technique. In their era, drawing became an obligatory part of painters’ studies. As a consequence of the oncoming Baroque style, pastel was used more and more due to its unique softness and lightness. It was used not only in drawing but consequently in painting as well.

Wax aquarelle became a well known instrument and in the Baroque era, it started to represent a full-value artistic technique. This was thanks mainly to Venetian artist Rosalba Carriera, an astonishing portraitist and figurative painter. His contemporary and a perfect portraitist was Quentin de La Tour, also using high qualities of pastels. He was known as the author of very beautiful portraits with a unique soft atmosphere, very similar to works painted with oil colours. Most of his paintings were maintained thanks to the pastel technique.

The period in the middle of the 18th century was rich for excellent portraitists. By the end of the 19th century, pastels started to be a matter of interest to the wider public, thanks mainly to a new artistic style, Impressionism.

This new style found inspiration life and nature. Artists applied colours one beside another and in fact erased the border between drawing and painting. Some used pastels for sketching their future oil paintings, others found in pastel a medium which suited them the most. One of the main representatives of Impressionism and a person who showed pastels to the wide public was Edgar Degas. In his later works pastels prevailed absolutely. Other important artists of the Impressionist period were Degas’s pupils Mary Cassatt, Boudin and Toulouse-Lautrec.

The 20th century was rich for pastel artists as well. However, the most famous is Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. When he was only 20 years old, he exhibited his pastel works in Barcelona with incredible success. His modernistic pastels were specific with the application of colours in wide stripes. In his era, he made pastels as popular as in fact Degas did.

Other important artists using pastels in the 20th century were Spanish landscape artist Ramón Casas, as well as the astonishing draftsman Francesco Serra who became famous due to his masterly female figures, and many others. Pastels as a medium have helped with their fineness to maintain the unrepeatable magic of the moment and maybe, due to their great fragility, they enable the creation of other wonderful artworks to those who are keen on this technique