The use of color is one of the most challenging things to master as an artist. The use of color often defines the artist and makes a work of art memorable. In this film, available in VHS and DVD, students can learn about how important the use of color is and how the great artists used it to create their masterpieces. Artist June Redfern explores the use of color during a trip to Venice to see a painting by Titian and explores how the use of color made the work a remarkable one. She also explores the color use of Van Gogh, Monet and Mark Rothko in this 30-minute 1997 film.
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