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14 Mar 2016
YouTube Art Videos & Famous Artists Guide

YouTube art deserves it's own article, devoted to discovering what types of art are popular on video-sharing site YouTube, and just what people like to start using these video resources for. In general, art lovers tend to use YouTube for two main reasons, either to learn about specific painting techniques, or to learn about specific art history, whether it's a particular artist, painting or art movement.

Savannah Thomas



A simple browse of Google keywords shows the most famous searches to be for Van Gogh related YouTube videos, and then for painting training tips. Other popular topics include watercolor painting tips and also other famous artists including Monet, Picasso and so on.

Some small print to remember with YouTube is the fact that its market isn't associated with traditional art followers - it's mainly, but not entirely, for your younger generations of internet surfers. Therefore, this is to inevitably reflected in the types of art which can be searched for, and can be found, on-line. There is a clear bias towards more contemporary types of art, dating from impressionist as much as modern day. Renaissance & Baroque art is represented, however, not to the extent what has normal popularity would expect. Indeed, relatively brand-new artists like British Graffiti Innovator Banksy is certain to get more interest than the usual classically appreciated artist including Caravaggio or Bernini. Older surfers usually still prefer to use books and difficult copies of information to both find out about art history, as well as gain knowledge to help you their own works.

In future years, YouTube can be more of a tool for many generations, and this should lead to a broader spectrum of art in its movies' content. For now, it remains a fantastic source for exerts from professional dvds in an effort to demo DVD purchases. You may also quickly learn some key points about important artists without obtaining a book. And finally its best me is probably to go beyond traditional print media and invite training to be shown in action, so learning becomes easier and more fun.

Savannah Thomas



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