Winter Landscapes in Oils – Edvard Munch (2x sessions)

Art Course £45.00

Date: 24 January 2021

Time: 1:00pm - 3:30pm

Location: Online (Zoom)


Winter Landscapes in Oils – Edvard Munch (2x sessions)


Taking inspiration from Munch snowy landscapes you’ll learn oil painting techniques for landscapes.

We will start the session by looking at example artworks for inspiration followed by a practical tutorial by Flora (your tutor) then on to painting practice for the day.

*All skill levels are welcome to this class and guidance will be given at all stages.



Jan. 24th & 31st

1:00 – 3:30pm

Online/ Zoom



Jan. 24th – Preparation drawing working out composition and colour. Getting started in oil. Techniques in underpainting and using thin washes in the style of Munch

Jan. 31st – Oil painting techniques: blocking in colour and using expressive directional brush strokes



The sessions will be hosted through Zoom.

Please download the Zoom app. If you haven’t zoomed before don’t worry, it’s not complicated. A little blue camera symbol will pop up on your phone, pad and laptop.

You’ll find the Zoom link for the sessions on the booking ticket AND I will send you the link via email that will take you directly to the sessions (no password required) on the day of the workshop.

I will start the session 15mins before the official start of the workshop. This will give us an opportunity to iron out any technical difficulties if there are any and have a chat



* Photograph of inspiration snowy landscape. I will send you beautiful images you can print off or you can use your own you’ve taken or found


  • Oil Paints
  • Metal palette knives of different sizes and shapes
  • Turpentine
  • Linseed Oil
  • Cloth rags (to wipe palette knives or canvas)
  • Gloves
  • Brushes
  • Canvas
  • Gesso or white acrylic
  • Paper
  • Charcoal
  • Coloured pastels


Oil Paint Colours

The colours listed (below) are staples and can be mixed to create almost any colour you could want.

Colours that are nice to choose yourself based on personal preference tend to be secondary colours and yellows; greens, pinks, violets, oranges, yellows.

Earthy Tones; Umber and Sienna (these two are a must) but there are different tones of each that you choose from.

Why Work with a Limited Colour Palette?

Working with a consistent and limited colour palette allows you to get to know, over time, how each pigment behaves and mixes with others. The great thing is that once you get to know how these colours mix you can translate it to any other art medium!


(* )These are personal favourites of extra colours but you can choose your own based on taste


  • Cadmium Yellow
  • Cadmium Yellow Light
  • * Naples Yellow (softer and more subtle than the cads yellow family)
  • Cadmium Red
  • Alizarin Crimson
  • Ultramarine Blue
  • Phthalo Blue or Prussian blue (these are both deep)
  • Cerulean (good for skies)
  • * Sap Green
  • * Viridian (this is an intense green)
  • * Pthalo green (dark)
  • Burnt Umber
  • Raw Sienna
  • Yellow Ochre
  • Titanium White
  • * Zinc White (more translucent) good for portraits
  • Ivory Black
  • * Paynes grey


Adults only workshop 18+ yrs

Tickets are non refundable


Any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch with Flora Ménager:

tel: 07379071336



Winter Landscapes in Oils – Edvard Munch (2x sessions)


Jan. 24th & 31st

1:00 – 3:30pm



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