Original oil painting on wood panel.
This phase of paintings was interesting because I was experimenting with lead oil grounds. That’s a whole other beast. Depending on how much oil is used in the ground, the lead can either completely suck the snot out of oil pigment that’s later painted on top, or it can be as slick as a slide. This one sucked the medium out of the oil so much that it had a matte texture within a couple of hours. Very interesting effect, but not sure I’ll use it often.