Enamel Porcelain differ in many ways from oil paintings. Rather than canvas, enamel provides support for the picture.
Finely powdered glass particles are applied in individual colors to the enamel then they are fired in a kiln. As many as thirty to forty firings are needed to complete a full-size painting. Each color fuses at a different temperature. Careful control of heat and firing times are required to prevent the mingling of adjacent colors and and any over-burn.
Enameling is an ancient, unusual, and time consuming process dating back to the Sixth Century B. From his use of bold colors reminiscent of Utrillo, to his delicate palette recalling Matisse, David's statements in impressionistic enamel paintings reflect a vibrant, dynamic style of brilliance rarely found in any medium of art. Approximate size framed 14x16, and unframed 8x10. David Karp is the son of World Renouned Enamel on Copper painter Max Karp.
He was instructed in this medium by his Father and no one could as for a better mentor than the leading artist in this field. I will then send you an invoice with the new combined costs. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "american-seller-67" and is located in this country: US.
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