What do you see when you look at a painting? You see the subject and the style of the work but also the materials and technologies used to create it and the traces of everything that has happened to it. Professional paintings conservator Jean Dommermuth considers how all of those factors contribute to what a painting is. You don’t need to know anything about art history to enjoy this podcast, but no matter what, you’ll never look at a painting the same way again. You can find images and related materials at jeandommermuth.com/podcast
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Episode 6 - How did painters turn natural materials from animal and mineral sources into the perfect preparation for their panel paintings? A look at Early Italian gesso grounds.
I just started listening to this podcast and already I love her voice. Very calming 👍
This podcast is amazing. Jean lives up to her promise of changing the way you look at paintings. Even for artists and visual thinkers, her description and explanation of what makes a painting is a revelation. In just four podcasts Jean has touched on nearly all of art history and shows connections across time, space, materials and intentions. I can't wait for more! - Brian Selznick
I am loving this podcast. Jean’s in-depth analogies and explanations really help put everything into an easy-to-digest perspective. I am learning a lot about paintings that I never knew or even thought about trying to know! Bravo!!
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