In this lesson, "New Hampshire Winter Landscape", Ginger shows you how to this classic painting from artist Willard Leroy Metcalf in the late 1800s.
This lesson is currently available for viewing here or on YouTube directly. Here, you will find the traceables and if available, the original photo that was used for inspiration.
The "New Hampshire Winter Landscape" is painted on an 8"x10" stretched canvas using Ginger's standard palette of colors.
See "Supplies Needed" below.
This is an "Intermediate Level" that used to be called a "2-Cookie" level lesson.
- Titanium White
- Mixing / Zinc / Transparent White
- Phthalo Blue(Green Shade if Liquitex)
- Ultramarine Blue (Red Shade if Liquitex)
- Southern Ocean Blue (Matisse) OR combine Phthalo Green, Titanium White and Phthalo Blue (Green Shade if Liquitex)
- Phthalo Green (Blue Shade if Liquitex)
- Dioxazine Purple
- Napthol Crimson
- Cadmium Red Medium
- Quinacridone Magenta
- Designer Magenta
- Cadmium Yellow Medium
- Yellow Oxide or Yellow Ochre
- Burnt Umber
- Burnt Sienna
- Raw Umber
Palette knife for mixing paint
#12 Bright Brush
1/4" Angle Brush
3/8" Angle Brush
Fine Mist Bottle
8" x 10" Canvas