Acrylic Paints with Alkyd Polyester Laminations as a Painting Technique

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The reason for this paper is to present a study of the compatibility of alkyd polyesters and acrylic paints in a painting technique incorporating plastic laminations. A number of tests ware conducted in order to discover the basic handling and visual characteristics of polyester in combination with acrylic paints. After the initial experiments, or "test plates," the information derived was applied to a series of demonstration paintings.

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Galloway, James William December 1971.

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The reason for this paper is to present a study of the compatibility of alkyd polyesters and acrylic paints in a painting technique incorporating plastic laminations. A number of tests ware conducted in order to discover the basic handling and visual characteristics of polyester in combination with acrylic paints. After the initial experiments, or "test plates," the information derived was applied to a series of demonstration paintings.

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Galloway, James William. Acrylic Paints with Alkyd Polyester Laminations as a Painting Technique, thesis, December 1971; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc163986/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .