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Unleash your inner artist and explore the world of oil painting with a variety of classes available at your fingertips. From beginner techniques to advanced styles, discover the joy of creating vibrant masterpieces while gaining valuable skills and unleashing your creativity.

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Oil Painting for Absolute Beginners

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Embark on a journey into the enchanting world of oil painting. Unleash your creativity and learn the fundamental techniques of oil painting at the prestigious 92nd Street Y. Discover the magic of this sumptuous medium and unleash your artistic potential in a supportive and inspiring environment.

(1068) Beginner 18 and older

6 sessions

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Beginner Oil Painting for Adults

Creatively Wild Art Studio Dumbo @ 98 Water St, Brooklyn, NY

Discover the joy of oil painting as you unleash your creativity on canvas. Join us at the renowned Creatively Wild Art Studio Dumbo for an intensive course that will equip you with the essential techniques and skills needed to create stunning oil paintings. Whether you're a total beginner or an intermediate artist, this class offers a supportive environment for all levels.

(181) Beginner 18 and older

Dare to Paint: Beginners Oil Painting

The Art Studio NY @ 243 W 72nd St , New York, NY

Unleash your creativity with expert guidance in the vibrant world of oil painting. Join a supportive community of learners and discover the joy of expressing yourself through art. Experience the thrill of mastering essential techniques while creating pieces to adorn your home.

(633) Beginner 18 and older

9 sessions

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Getting Started with Oil Painting

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Discover the world of oil painting in a supportive and educational environment. Dip your toe into this complex medium and decide if it's the right fit for you. All supplies are provided at no additional cost.

(1068) Beginner 18 and older

4 sessions

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Oil Painting (Beginner/Intermediate)

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Discover the enchanting world of oil painting as you learn to mix colors, create depth, and add luminosity to your artwork. Unleash your creativity and explore different textures and surfaces in this captivating course at 92nd Street Y. Prerequisite: Oil Painting for Absolute Beginners.

(1068) Intermediate 18 and older

5 sessions

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Weekly Oil Painting/Drawing (Adults & Teens)

The Art Studio @ 6450 Westminster Blvd, Westminster, CA

Unleash your creativity and learn the secrets of oil painting and drawing from professional artists at The Art Studio. From beginner to advanced, these classes offer a sanctuary for creating, socializing, and collaborating with fellow artists. Join us and discover the joy of bringing your artistic visions to life.

(3) All levels 13 and older

Oil Pastel 101 (Safe In-Studio)

Pastimes for a Lifetime @ 13615 Burbank Blvd, Van Nuys, CA

Discover the vibrant world of oil pastels in this beginner-friendly course. Explore color theory, blending techniques, and the art of creating works that resemble oil paintings. Unleash your creativity with safe in-studio sessions at Pastimes for a Lifetime.

(20) Beginner 7 and older

4 sessions

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Water - Soluble Oils 401 (Safe In-Studio)

Pastimes for a Lifetime @ 13615 Burbank Blvd, Van Nuys, CA

Unleash your creativity with delicious and non-toxic water-soluble oils. Learn brush techniques, color mixing, and traditional painting methods in this safe and environmentally friendly art class. Say yes to oil painting and explore a variety of styles and subject matter with Pastimes for a Lifetime.

(20) All levels 7 and older

4 sessions

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Exploring Oil Painting: Interpretations from Masters

Santa Monica College @ 1900 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA

Explore various ways of interpreting color, paint, brushstrokes, and composition, and how to apply them to your own creations with the challenge of oils. All skill levels can benefit from this hands-on course, and no prior experience using oils is required. Bring to first class meeting: powder pastels soft vine charcoal single-edged razor blade typing paper a 9x12-inch sheet of cardboard push pins Instructor will go over the long list...

(513) All levels 18 and older
No upcoming schedules

6 sessions

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Experimenting with Oil Paint

Santa Monica College @ Online Classroom, Los Angeles, CA

Learn to paint more creatively. In this class, find out how to use oil paint alla prima (working quickly using layers of wet paint) to explore techniques for painting gesturally, emphasizing depth and realism, improving composition, increasing visual impact, and painting inventively. 
 Open to students at all levels, including experienced painters looking to make their work more original, as well as beginners who wish to learn simple, but effective...

(513) All levels 18 and older
No upcoming schedules

6 sessions

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Painting I: Acrylics & Oils

Aartwerk Studio @ 1141 W Granville Ave, Chicago, IL

Unleash your creativity and explore the vibrant world of acrylics and oils at Aartwerk Studio. Dive into a hands-on experience where you'll learn essential techniques, unleash your artistic potential, and create stunning masterpieces under the guidance of experienced instructors. Join us and bring your imagination to life through the power of colors and brushes.

(12) Beginner 16 and older

7 sessions

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Intro to Oil Painting for Teens (Ages 14-18)

Evanston Art Center @ 1717 Central St, Evanston, IL

Utilizing still life, students will learn step-by-step procedure along with the materials and craftsmanship  of oil paint.  Through studies and exercises, the essential skill of drawing accurately will be developed and the fascinating realms of color theory, composition and creating the illusion of dimension will be explored. Students will need to provide their own supplies. Click here for the instructor's recommended supply list.

(83) Beginner 14 - 18 years old
No upcoming schedules

10 sessions

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Painting the Portrait in Oils

Evanston Art Center @ 1717 Central St, Evanston, IL

Unlock the secrets of capturing the essence of a person through the medium of oils in this engaging course. Discover techniques to create lifelike portraits that convey emotion and personality.

(83) All levels 16 and older
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10 sessions

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Beginning and Intermediate Oil Painting

Evanston Art Center @ 1717 Central St, Evanston, IL

Unleash your creativity on canvas and explore the vibrant world of oil painting. Dive into the dynamic techniques and rich textures that bring your artwork to life. Elevate your artistic skills under the guidance of experienced instructors.

(83) All levels 16 and older
No upcoming schedules

10 sessions

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Painting the Still Life in Oil

Evanston Art Center @ 1717 Central St, Evanston, IL

Experience the beauty of oil painting as you master the art of capturing still life compositions. Explore step-by-step techniques, honing your skills in drawing accuracy and delving into color theory and composition. Join us to unlock the secrets of creating depth and dimension on canvas under expert guidance.

(83) All levels 16 and older
No upcoming schedules

10 sessions

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Online Oil Pastel 101

Pastimes for a Lifetime @ Live Online via Zoom

Discover the world of oil pastels with this online art course. Unleash your creativity as you learn color theory, blending techniques, and how to create stunning works of art that resemble oil paintings. Perfect for beginners looking for a mess-free and vibrant medium.

(20) Beginner 7 and older

4 sessions

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Dare to Draw, Paint & Create: Advanced Art Class for All Mediums

The Art Studio NY @ Online Classroom

Unleash your artistic potential and express yourself through painting in this inspiring online art class. Develop your unique style, master advanced techniques, and create stunning artwork that you will be proud to display. Join a supportive community of fellow artists and receive personalized feedback to enhance your skills.

(633) Advanced 18 and older

4 sessions

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Online Water - Soluble Oils 401

Pastimes for a Lifetime @ Live Online via Zoom

Discover the eco-friendly joy of oil painting with water-soluble oils. Learn the techniques of mixing colors and brushwork while creating stunning traditional and contemporary pieces. Say yes to this delicious and non-toxic medium at Pastimes for a Lifetime.

(20) All levels 7 and older

4 sessions

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Oil Painting (Intermediate/Advanced)

92nd Street Y @ Live Interactive Online Classroom

Dive into our painting studios to further hone your oil painting skills and artistic voice. In this intermediate/advanced class, students will work on class prompts, individual assignments, and independent projects to challenge their technical and conceptual skills. Classes focus on advanced level representational topics, abstract ideas, and technical application skills to create form, surface, and space. Prerequisite: Two semesters of Oil Painting...

(1068) Intermediate 18 and older
No upcoming schedules

13 sessions

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Oil Painting Discussion and Critique

Evanston Art Center

Join a supportive community of oil painters to exchange ideas and refine your craft. Embrace the opportunity to share your works in progress and receive insightful critiques from peers. Engage in thought-provoking discussions that enhance your understanding and elevate your artistic practice.

(83) All levels 18 and older
No upcoming schedules

10 sessions

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Introduction to Oil Painting

Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing @ 1776 E Jefferson St, Rockville, MD

Learn the basics of oil painting materials and techniques. Explore the fundamentals of light, shade, and color composition. Paint a study from your own favorite reference photos or drawings. Experience the many possibilities of this exciting medium. It may be the beginning of a lifelong passion. All supplies provided.

(8) Beginner 18 and older
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Intro to Oil Painting - Mountains & Clouds Oh My!

Paint n Brush The Creativity Cafe @ 99 Hwy 81, Mcdonough, GA

Have you ever been captivated by the beautiful landscapes painted by Bob Ross?  Now you have the opportunity to explore the world of oil painting and unleash your creativity by learning about wet-on wet painting like him!  Introducing our Beginner Oil Painting Classes, where we'll guide you through the techniques and methods inspired by the legendary Bob Ross. Our instructor will help you bring your imagination to life on the canvas,...

(3) All levels 16 and older
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3-Day Intensive Workshop with Ken Elliott

Ken Elliott Fine Art @ 574 Wenlock Ct., Castle Rock, CO

Unlock your artistic potential and take your work to the next level with Ken Elliott. Discover strategies and techniques for creating compelling artworks, going deeper into the how-to of making more appealing pieces. Join us for a transformative workshop filled with discussions, problem-solving, and new tools to elevate your art.

All levels 18 and older
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3 sessions

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Making it Fine Art: Moving to Next Level w/ Ken Elliott

Ken Elliott Fine Art @ 5282 Red Pass Way, Castle Rock, CO

Open to artists in all media. Ken will discuss strategies for creating better artworks with a variety of common and creative tools. The workshop will focus the strategies for making better artworks, going to new places in your work and how to make fine art. He will use informative videos and pass on strategies not the literature, but handed down from the very best teachers. We will be going deeper into making better and more appealing artworks...

Advanced 18 and older
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2 sessions

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Reviews for Oil Painting Classes

Oil Painting Classes are rated 4.4 stars based on 2,524 verified reviews from actual purchasers.

  • Getting Started with Oil Painting

    Reviewed by Barbara A. on 4/3/2024
    Great class, excellent i struction
  • Beginner Oil Painting for Adults

    Reviewed by Anna Z. on 2/6/2024
    Leysan is a wonderful, attentive instructor who made sure we had a great experience painting in oils for the first time!
  • Oil Painting for Absolute Beginners

    Anonymous review on 12/17/2023
    I loved the class, the teacher Andl keeps the class interesting and she doesn't push students to do her way, because she wants to see how much we know, our preferences, then later on she gives some advices how to improve our paintings.
  • Getting Started with Oil Painting

    Anonymous review on 12/6/2023
    Great beginner class- both fun and educational. The instructor was excellent.
  • Beginner Oil Painting for Adults

    Reviewed by Voula S. on 5/23/2023
    Loved everything about this! I dropped in for one class towards the end of the series. The direction was great, space was calm and inviting, and I left feeling relaxed. Exactly what I wanted, will be returning in the future!
  • Painting I: Acrylics & Oils

    Anonymous review on 2/20/2023
    I really enjoyed this class. The instructor was very helpful and I learned some really good techniques. I'm planning to take more classes from Aartwerk in the future.
  • Painting I: Acrylics & Oils

    Reviewed by Carly B. on 5/12/2022
    This is a fantastic beginners course. I feel like I have a better understanding of fundamental concepts around materials and basic techniques
  • Beginner Oil Painting for Adults

    Reviewed by Ina W. on 4/22/2020
    Great guidance!
  • Oil Painting (Beginner/Intermediate)

    Reviewed by Vivian L. on 10/1/2019
    It was the best class ever. I received a lot of one to one attention. I was able to rent a locker to keep my supplies. The class (mates) were supportive. I learned a lot of new skills. The location was easily accessible to public transportation. Although you can choose what you want to paint, the teacher provided other exercises if you choose (Like still life, etc.) .
  • Getting Started with Oil Painting

    Anonymous review on 5/17/2018
    very good!

Discover the Best Oil Painting Classes Near Me

Working with oil colors has been traced as far back as the 7th century CE to a cave in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Painting with oil colors, however, has only been dated back to 11th century Europe, while easel painting with oil colors emerged in the 15th century. Oil painting is now highly respected in the arts and incredibly popular among fine artists. Well-known artists who worked with oil paints include Leonardo da Vinci, Diego Velázquez, and Peter Paul Rubens. 

The paints used to oil paint are a mixture of powdered pigments and drying oil, which acts to bind them. The type of oil used in oil-based paint affects the color of the paint. Common oils used as binders include poppyseed oil and linseed oil. Oil paints are thicker and heavier than other types of paint such as watercolor. As such, they take a long time to dry but fade much more slowly than other artworks. 

Why You Should Learn Oil Painting

Oil painting is a great hobby to pick up, whether you are an experienced painter or a beginner. It can be an intimidating style for beginners, but oil painting is considered an easier painting method than others like acrylic or watercolor thanks to its characteristically slow drying time and opacity. 

Oil painting takes a large degree of patience. The technique used when painting with oil colors requires the building up of layers over and over. This instills a level of patience in the painter, making it an ideal hobby for anyone looking to start a craft requiring a degree of fine attention to detail and single-minded focus. 

Painting more generally is considered a great exercise in regulating your emotions. When using it as a therapeutic hobby, painting has been found to alleviate depression, stress, and anxiety, while also boosting confidence and self-esteem. This is in part due to the level of attention required when painting along with the use of your imagination and the creativity that’s required when working on a piece.

Oil painting is a highly rewarding craft. Working with oil paints is highly respected by those in the fine arts and some of the most famous paintings in the world are oil paintings. Whether you engage in oil painting seriously or as a fun hobby, you’ll end up creating a piece of art with the potential to last several hundred years in good condition. 

5 Ways to Learn Oil Painting

Despite the popular belief that oil painting is difficult, it’s actually a perfect style of painting for beginners. Oil painting allows you to constantly adjust your work and fix any mistakes you might make. The variety of mediums that may be used with oil paints also means that you can modify the drying time yourself. 

If you’re a beginner, don’t be intimidated by the prospect of starting out with oil paints. Consider one of the following methods to help you get started:

  1. Take an in-person, formal oil painting class with an instructor. An in-person class allows you to gain hands-on experience with oil painting. In-person classes will also likely include the needed materials, so you don’t have to worry about buying too many tools and materials right away. 
  2. Sign up to take a live online class in oil painting from the comfort of your home or office. Live online classes are taught by instructors through an online video platform, typically to small groups of remote learners. Some materials may be provided, but, if they’re not, the instructor will provide you with a list of the needed materials that you may purchase online or at a local craft shop. 
  3. Use a self-paced, on-demand class available for free online. These videos are widely accessible, making them easy to follow in your spare time. Because they are in a video format, you will be unable to get feedback or clarification like you would with a live class. 
  4. Check out a book on oil painting at your local library or bookstore. Books are a great resource for learning a new hobby and will oftentimes include pictures to guide you along. 
  5. Find an online guide from a fellow oil painter. Artists love to share their methods and trials and errors with others looking to learn. There are many free guides online that can help you find the right tools for your project and offer tips and tricks to beginner, intermediate, or even advanced oil painters. 

In-Person Oil Painting Classes

In-person oil painting classes are offered across the US. These classes are a great way to get started on your oil painting journey. They are taught by expert instructors who can answer your questions and ensure that you are safely working with oil paints. 

Oil Painting I: Beginner Steps for Adults at Creatively Wild Art Studio in Brooklyn, New York teaches you the essentials to working with oil paints. Over the course of the class, you’ll work alongside an instructor to create an original finished painting. Subjects of all types may be used for inspiration as the instructor guides you through painting a realist or abstract piece. For anyone making smaller pieces, multiple paintings may be worked on during the course. This studio understands that your work will take a few days to dry and will allow you to leave your work there until the end of the course syllabus. 

Creatively Wild Art Studio also offers Teens: Beginner Oil Painting. This class is for 12 through 17-year-olds interested in learning the basics of oil painting. Like the adult-level class, teens in this course will work on creating a realist or abstract piece. The instructor will provide hands-on instruction to participants as they learn about color mixing and application techniques.

More oil painting fundamentals can be learned in Oil Paint Making - Basics at Paint Makers Notes in Long Island City, New York. This class focuses on the making of oil paint. Participants will leave the class with 5 tubes of their own custom handmade paint and an understanding of how to handle, store, and dispose of raw materials. 

Understanding safe handling practices when creating your own paints is essential for any new oil painter. Luckily, Pastimes for a Lifetime in Van Nuys, California offers Water-Soluble Oils 401. Water-soluble oil colors dry more quickly than traditional oil paints and are non-toxic. This class will teach you the basics of mixing water-soluble oil colors while you work on your own Grisaille or tonal painting. 

Families can look forward to the Weekly Oil Painting/Drawing (Adults & Teens) class offered by The Art Studio in Westminster, California. Professional artists will guide you through a small, medium, or large project. You have the option of deciding your project size, medium, and subject. This class is great for families looking to work on projects together or anyone looking for a class that promotes socialization and collaboration. 

Another open-project class is Paint Anything at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, California. Beginner-level participants will learn the method of using multiple painting mediums, like acrylic and oil paints or watercolor and gouache paints. Anyone taking the class again can explore a new method of painting each week, including spray paint, enamel, and collage. 

If the idea of learning both oil and acrylic painting appeals to you, the Art School of SF Bay in San Jose, California offers a two-week class in Oil & Acrylic Painting. Over the course of the class, participants will dive into various methods of acrylic and oil painting. The oil painting portion of the class will teach you how to prime your canvas, the differences in working on each layer of your oil painting, and glazing.

Virtual Oil Painting Classes 

In-person classes are a great way to receive hands-on instruction in oil painting, witness demonstrations, and socialize with other oil painters. In-person classes aren’t always accessible, however. Virtual classes are luckily available for anyone who can’t take an in-person class in oil painting. These virtual classes are taught around the country and focus on a variety of oil painting techniques, methods, and projects. They can be attended from anywhere, including your own home or office, so long as you have an internet connection. 

Virtual classes often require participants to supply their own materials, including paints and canvases. Your instructor will provide you with a materials list and may even recommend online storefronts you can use to purchase your supplies. You also have the option of visiting a local art shop or craft store to fulfill your supply list. There are a few online oil painting classes available for you to take on CourseHorse. 

Abstract Painting is a multi-medium painting class for intermediate-level painters offered by the Richmond Art Center. In this class, your live instructor will guide you through the creation of an abstract painting over Zoom. You have the opportunity to use your preference in paint when working on your piece, including oil.

More advanced painters may be interested in The Art Studio NY’s Dare to Paint class. Participants will explore acrylic or oil painting as they practice techniques like paint application, texture, and depth. Projects may be based on a variety of subjects, including realist, abstract, impressionist, or still life. This class looks to push your boundaries of expression through one-on-one instruction and real-time feedback while allowing you to relax and unwind in a non-judgmental online space. 

Pastimes for Life offers several painting classes, ranging from beginner oil painting to intermediate watercolor painting. In the oil painting-focused classes, participants can choose to learn how to create their own non-toxic water-soluble paint or learn the basics of color theory as they practice color mixing in an oil pastel class. 

Private Group Oil Painting Classes

Are you looking to schedule an oil painting class as a team-building event for your business or organization? Maybe you have a group of friends looking for a fun weekend activity. CourseHorse offers private painting classes they can deliver to you. 

CourseHorse currently has several virtual watercolor courses available for your group to take, including a Virtual Watercolor Workshop focused on the techniques of modernist painter Georgia O’Keeffe. In these interactive classes, you and your group will learn the foundations of watercolor painting. You’ll spend the relaxing class working on creating a watercolor based on the subject of your group’s choosing. A private Virtual Acrylic Painting class is also available through CourseHorse for groups looking to practice using acrylic paints. 

If none of these options work for your group, or, if you’re looking to take a class that uses oil colors, no worries. Your group can reach out to CourseHorse through the contact form on their website to learn about what other classes they can provide for your group. 

CourseHorse supplies participants with all necessary supplies ahead of their session. This includes paints, brushes, and paper or canvas, depending on the course you choose. A large number of participants can be accommodated in these workshops. If you’re not sure of your exact group size, your group size can be updated up to a week before your class. There are no booking fees and cancellations are free up to two weeks before the class. 

CourseHorse supports several online video platforms. Although they recommend using Zoom, they can also accommodate Google Meets, Microsoft Teams, and WebEx. 

What Will I Need to Learn Oil Painting?

Before you begin oil painting, you’ll need to gather a few materials and tools. Most of these supplies can be found at your local art or hobby store. If you’re having trouble finding any supplies locally, be sure to check online specialty stores. If you’re taking an in-person oil painting class most of these materials will likely be provided for you while the materials you must supply yourself will be listed by your instructor. 

Oil Paint

There’s a wide variety of oil paints available, all ranging in color and quality. You can’t go wrong with any of the major brands, although it is recommended that you avoid low-quality student paints. Starter kits tend to include the “essential” oil colors like titanium white, cadmium red, cadmium yellow light, and ultramarine blue. If you choose to purchase a starter kit, you may also find it useful to have smaller tubes of less essential colors. 

Water-soluble oil paints are an option if you’re looking to avoid using any hazardous solvents when painting because of allergies or other sensitivities. These paints can be thinned with water and cleaned with soap and water instead of paint solvent. 

Paint Brushes

You don’t need too many brushes when starting out painting with oil colors. What’s more important is the type of brushes you buy. Brush type can affect your ability to create fine lines. Additionally, different brushes will be more comfortable to use than others. 

Consider buying hog bristle or other firm bristle brushes in each of the following types: one medium fan brush, one large flat brush, several small or medium filbert brushes and flat brushes, and one medium-sized round brush. If you choose to buy a pack of brushes, the packaging will tell you if they are suitable for oil painting. 

Paint Solvent

Paint solvent is used by oil painters to break down the oil in your paint. This is done to dilute the paint so you may then tone a canvas, increase the fluidity of your painting by removing clumps, and speed up drying time. They’re also used to clean brushes. A variety of solvents are available, but odorless ones are recommended to prevent reactions in those with allergies or asthma. 

Drying Oil

Drying oils are added to oil paints to change their consistency. Linseed oil is the most popular oil used in oil painting. It will thin your paint, making your painting more fluid. Other popular oils include poppy oil, which is ideal for wet-into-wet painting, and walnut oil, which adds a rich, silken texture to paints.


A palette is needed to mix your colors. You can use a disposable palette for easy cleanup.

Palette Knives

Palette knives are used to mix the paint on your palette and apply textured strokes to your canvas. This is one way to add texture to your work. You will want palette knives that are both firm and flexible. Avoid plastic palette knives which aren’t typically durable enough to handle adding paint to a canvas. 


Canvases are the most common surfaces used for oil paintings. These can be bought in a variety of sizes and in packs. The size of your project should be considered before purchasing a canvas. 


You will need an easel to hold your artwork while you work on it. These help you maintain good posture when working and allow for the full rotation of your arms and hands. The type of easel you use will depend on how you paint and the medium you are using. Convertible easels used in the upright position are common among oil painters.

Is it Difficult to Learn Oil Painting?

Oil painting is an art that takes a lot of patience and creativity, but it’s ideal for beginning painters that take the time to learn the fundamentals. An instructor can walk you through starting your oil painting journey, from preparing your canvas to mixing your own paints. After a bit of practice and time, you’ll have created a piece of art in what’s considered a timeless medium. 

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