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L'éveil
Mixed media
60 x 60 x 2 cm
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Hiver
Mixed media
30 x 30 cm
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Rose fragment 10
Mixed media
18 x 25 cm
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Dame de la mangrove
Mixed media
60 x 92 cm
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Nueances
Mixed media
25 x 25 cm
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Foule 7
Mixed media
60 x 60 cm
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Formes 6
Mixed media
40 x 40 cm
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Départ
Mixed media
50 x 65 cm
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Link
Mixed media
100 x 150 cm
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Apeiron rupture
Mixed media
90 x 52 cm
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Anges
Mixed media
20 x 20 cm
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L'instant...
Mixed media
70 x 70 cm
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Hello-Florkey mdf 2
Mixed media
40 x 30 cm
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Too far too close
Mixed media
147 x 160 cm
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Rêve d'eau
Mixed media
100 x 120 x 2 cm
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B.b
Mixed media
89 x 116 cm
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Scarface
Mixed media
100 x 70 cm
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Dali
Mixed media
60 x 80 cm
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Chic sixties
Mixed media
19 x 19 cm
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Golden light
Mixed media
100 x 80 cm
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Precious moment
Mixed media
13 x 13 cm
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Prayer XI
Mixed media
30 x 40 cm
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Popeye
Mixed media
40 x 30 cm
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Rouge
Mixed media
80 x 80 cm
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Back to Gotham
Mixed media
6 x 15 cm
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Lagon 3
Mixed media
55 x 46 cm
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Untitled: red & cyan
Mixed media
50 x 50 cm
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Cher amour
Mixed media
20 x 20 cm
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Untitled 4
Mixed media
100 x 100 cm
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Coiffure
Mixed media
50 x 65 cm
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La rencontre
Mixed media
16 x 25 cm
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Equus 111
Mixed media
25 x 65 cm
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Marquise vermeil
Mixed media
30 x 30 cm
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Once in a lifetime
Mixed media
220 x 140 cm
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1 pig. 9 puppies.
Mixed media
57 x 75 cm
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Temps du moisson
Mixed media
25 x 65 cm
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Quelque part...
Mixed media
130 x 190 cm
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Monochrome 1.
Mixed media
20 x 20 cm
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Equus 115
Mixed media
30 x 38 cm
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Complex society
Mixed media
50 x 65 cm
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Dormeuse n°5
Mixed media
30 x 24 cm
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Trame bleue
Mixed media
60 x 120 cm
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Tasmania
Mixed media
130 x 81 cm
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Love sex vanity
Mixed media
40 x 60 cm
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Duo en mer
Mixed media
30 x 40 cm
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Puzzle dream
Mixed media
50 x 65 cm
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Herakles
Mixed media
54 x 65 cm
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Brume sur le lac
Mixed media
50 x 20 cm
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They may be increasing well-known now, but this was not the case prior to the 21st century. For a long time, artists from many cultures have been exploring the possibilities this technique has to offer. For KAZoART artists it is a limitless source of creation and expression that will not fail to surprise and captivate you! Here is an overview of our best mixed medium paintings for sale!

Famous mixed medium paintings and artists

It was already quite common to mix ink and pigments for landscape paintings in Asian art during the 15th century. In France, in the 19th century, Edgar Degas associated several techniques on some of his canvases, in La Répétition de ballet (1876-1877) or sculptures, including La petite danseuse de quatorze ans (1881). In England, to name but one, William Turner had already painted Scarlet Sunset (1830-1840), with a mixture of gouache and watercolour. They are, of course, not the only ones, and as of the 20th century, cubist Georges Braque, used mixed medium for his work Compotier et cartes (1913). Paul Klee in Fish Magic (1925), Pablo Picasso with Tête d’homme (1969), Wassily Kandinsky and Spitz im Werck (1927), are just a few examples of famous mixed medium paintings. 

Andy Warhol, a pioneer in many respects in the artistic scene of the 20th century, helped establish the reputation of acrylic for its powerful colours and readily associated with it oil paint, ink and pencil.

Using mixed media: how and why?

Mixing techniques is a spantaneous reflex that artists have had for a long time, all around the world, to optimise the number of possible colours and textures. To achieve effects such as opacity, transparency, brightness, texture and superposition, a single technique, even if well mastered, may not be sufficient. However, some combinations of mixed mediums are more successful than others.

There are three main media families: dry, wet and oil. A painted canvas can easily be used in combination with a pictorial technique and a dry medium such as pencil or pastel. However, painting can belong to all these families: the pigments in their raw state come in powder form  and William Turner applied them to his canvases dry before adding water. Watercolour, meanwhile, is wet, more or less concentrated, like gouache, and dries quite quickly. Acrylic, which dries easily, is often associated with oil, provided that a specific order is followed. Guidelines must be respected for each medium to respect its composition, some combinations may, in the long run, damage a work of art, such is the case when water is added to oil, and causes rot.

Many artists do not simply use artistic media to create their pieces and search their surrounding environment for inspiration. Sand, rice powder, feathers, leaves, and earth are just a few examples of the natural materials that can be used to further enhance works of art.

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