6 Tips to Paint Like Mucha – Art Nouveau Speedpaint

6 Tips to Paint Like Mucha - Art Nouveau Speedpaint

Six Tips to Paint Like Mucha, or in the Art Nouveau style. With a speed paint / time-lapse of my painting that I did in the style of Mucha.

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The book I referenced for the photos of Mucha’s pieces is Mucha: Masterpieces. You can find this book here:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1844517306?ie=UTF8&tag=brookebowenar-20&camp=1789&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=1844517306

There is also this really cool Mucha Coloring Book that looks like fun! Here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0764958313?ie=UTF8&tag=brookebowenar-20&camp=1789&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=0764958313

The supplies I used are as listed:
Linen Canvas Mounted on Board
Paintbrushes:
sz. 4 Round
sz. 2 Round
sz. 0 Round
sz. 0 Liner
Buff Titanium Gesso by Daniel Smith
Cadmium Red
Transparent Red Oxide
Raw Umber
Cadmium Yellow
Yellow Ochre
Indigo
Titanium White

Let me know what you want me to paint next by leaving a comment! Also comment if you do a painting in Mucha’s style, I would love to see it!

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20 thoughts on “6 Tips to Paint Like Mucha – Art Nouveau Speedpaint

  1. Hi! Fantastic art, and thank you so much for sharing your process 😀 The whole thing had me entranced from beginning to end 🙂 I was wondering if you might consider following up on the hint of another videos just for those Art Nouveau decoration curves?

  2. I'd say that the colors are more a light pastel than dull. Dull sounds a little bit too harsh. I like this picture. Thanks for giving us these tips. I also might have done oil painting and would have had some trouble with that because I'd be too impatient to wait for it to dry.

  3. Great video! I am working up to that style. The details overwhelm me. I think your tips will really help me. thanks!

  4. Thank you for your insight and posting. I’ll keep these in mind when I try this. You’re inspirational and sweet.
    🍃🌸🍃

  5. This video is great, I'd love to see more in the same format if you study other art movements or artists! Informative voice-over and beautiful visuals to go with it!

  6. Thanks so much for this! I love Mucha style art and being an artist myself I could not figure out how he achieved the flat paint and beautiful outlines and curls in his paintings.

  7. Not to be picky or anything it just really bothered me… I am czech and Mucha was too. His name is pronounced a with ch in czech the way you pronounce it would be Muka.
    Otherwise really helpful! Thanks

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