The Oil Painting Reproduction Process
Oil painting reproductions are paintings that have been created by copying in oil paints any original oil painting.
Oil painting reproductions are different from the original oil painting and are often collected by museums when the original has been damaged or is considered too valuable to keep on display. Artists often reproduce originals of their painting. The Scream by Edward Munch has been reproduced multiple times.
Oil Painting Reproduction – Step 1
The artist will initially draw out the primary elements of the painting onto the canvas.
Oil Painting Reproduction – Step 2
The first layer of paint is painted onto the canvas. Once the layer is dry the artist will continue copying the painting until it looks identical to the original.