They create art in very contrasting manors : David hockney uses very bright colours and his work is somewhat abstract whereas Freud work is very raw.
Freud’s work displays the subjects for what they are, with very realistic skin tones.
Painting is incredibly personal, no two styles are the same because there is so much variation.
Experiment May I also make one final recommendation of Rosemary and Co Paintbrushes and thank them for supporting me with a set of brushes.
I think the thing I really love about Freud’s work is the way that every brush stroke builds the aesthetic individually, where (I feel) Hockney uses shape and colour to create his art.
After trying out portraiture painting I started to look at Landscapes, and specifically the way that Hockney paints them.I'm currently studying GCSE art, and I've chosen the theme of ' growth and decay.' I'm hoping for a A* by the end of the year.I work hard and put in the effort but I'm struggling for ideas.When I think of painting a few distinct artists come to mind.David Hockney and Lucian Freud stand as my favourite artists.The project I'm doing at the moment, and also my final one, is the journeys into fairytale worlds and I am focusing on my painting and drawing skills.It is important to experiment with different types of media throughout your upcoming project to show variation, which if you're doing the AQA qualification, will help you gain marks in the third assessment objective.I started with a brightly coloured palette and began painting After painting some landscapes I also had a look at the Pompidou building.I played with wild brush strokes and very bold colour.Definitely experiment with different mediums as it'll show you're moving out of your 'safe zone' which is something you'll get an A* for: flair and creativity.Anyway: a few ideas I thought of to do with growth and decay; I'm currently studying GCSE art and I have to choose a theme.