Thomas Jefferson Kitts – Thomas Jefferson Kitts Combo Set
This Combo Set includes 2 Thomas Jefferson Kitts Instructional Videos. Over 32 hours of in-depth instruction!
Sorolla: Painting the Color of Light
With this exclusive video training, you will learn:
- The working methods and incredible techniques of Sorolla (Claude Monet even called him “the master of light”)
- The way he actually applied the paint to produce such a stunning end result
- How Sorolla conveyed the intensity of light in his paintings
- The value of working at a fast pace so you’re not even thinking while you paint
Joaquín Sorolla is one of the most respected painters ever to have lived.
The way he mastered the color of light is something other artists dream about…
…yet can never quite pull off.
Though one person who has mastered it is Thomas Jefferson Kitts — a modern master in the color of light.
That is why we are beyond delighted to make this announcement:
We managed to persuade Kitts to come to our studios to film what will surely go down as one of the great art trainings of all time captured on camera.
In this release from Streamline Art Video, Kitts shows you how to paint like Sorolla.
It’s like breathing life into a painting when you master the use of color in light.
Sargent – Techniques of a Master
In this video, you’ll discover:
- Why “scraping off” passages in your paintings is a must-do!
- “Painting slowly with haste” is not as impossible as it sounds
- How values and color work together (Thomas shows you in depth!)
- Sargent’s technique for drawing directly with a brush (game-changer!)
- Substitute modern paints in Sargent’s color palette — what’s old can be made new!
- Remove the mystery of mediums — from Sargent’s time till now
- Master brushstrokes to express your personal style — here’s how!
- Why Sargent went from being popular to unpopular and then back to popular again
- Sargent’s brush selection was different than you might think. (Let Thomas show you he’s discovered!)
- How preparation pays off big time (You’ll never paint the same again!)
- Painting mediums that can make all the difference — just what you need to know right now!
- Avoiding line work is the secret to building solid form
- “Five value break” and how to use it
- Planning your painting, including the sketches and studies
- How Sargent’s eyesight may have influenced his paintings
- And much, much more…
John Singer Sargent … the great master painter of timeless portraits and elegant figures. His paintings have inspired and influenced artists for over a century. But due to limited documentation, artists have been trying for decades to understand Sargent’s techniques.
Wouldn’t it be great to understand Sargent’s methods to help you become a better painter?
Artist Thomas Jefferson Kitts has been on a lifelong quest to understand how Sargent painted. Was Sargent slow and deliberate, or fast and reckless? After intense study, Kitts believes he’s found the answers artists have been searching for. We asked him to capture these techniques on video for all to discover.
Through this video, you can immerse yourself in an in-depth exploration of Sargent’s working methods. Follow along as Thomas Jefferson Kitts paints a full start-to-finish demonstration of an original painting, Up in the Old Apple Tree. Through his painting, in the style of Sargent, you’ll get a glimpse of how the master may have painted two figures in authentic period costumes.
Thomas is exactly the modern master to bring Sargent’s brilliant insight to your work. In this video, he shows you why Sargent was Sargent.
Discover Sargent’s Flair
Generations have been inspired by the beautiful paintings Sargent created with so much flair and style. Artists all over the world see his work as the standard for painting beautiful portraits. In this video, you will learn compositional tips, how Sargent painted edges, and when to use texture and when not to. You’ll experience the mastery of Sargent’s brushstrokes. See how a modern, award-winning master painter like Thomas applies Sargent’s principles to enhance his own work — something you too can achieve.