Car Paint

Car paint defects can occur for different reasons. And these reasons may arise as to the color of the car, and during it, and even after. The most common defect that occurs before painting – is the formation of flakes. Thicket of it arises from the fact that the dilution of paint thinner was chosen incorrectly. This leads to the fact that the paint is minimized and becomes unfit for consumption. Most a nasty bug that occurs in the process of painting a car – it smudges. Causes stains when painting a lot, we list the most basic. The most common reason – is causing too thick layer of paint, especially slow drying.

Indirectly to such a result could spray gun too close to the painted surface. Violation of technology of preparation of paint, namely, too much dilution it also leads to stains. Stains are often formed when the elements of painting the car after the repair. In this case, the defect may occur due to uneven ink absorption painted surface, ie when the ground is covered with soil refurbished site. Many defects may arise after the process of painting the car. If the paint was poorly filtered, and it contains solid particles, then painted surface appears rough grain. The effect of "orange peel" on the painted surface may occur due to incompatibility with paint thinner or its rapid evaporation, and also because of the coloring paint sprayer, too far removed from the surface to be painted. Putty on areas where the paint is absorbed more rapidly, may develop dull spots.

Before staining such surfaces should be covered by a layer of soil. When the local elements of painting the car body may be mismatching colors of the new and old paint. Master, who must perform adjustment of color, must consider that as a result of aging changes the color of the old coating, and a fresh painted surface after drying becomes a darker shade. In order not to interfere with the above problems can be if necessary, recommend painting cars appeal to a specialized service station where the work was carried out professionally and efficiently, using high-tech equipment.

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The Tryon Auction House

Dwight William Tryon was an American painter who was born in 1849 in Hartford, Connecticut, and died in 1925 in South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Tryon had no formal training in fine arts when he began his painting career, selling his first painting at the age of 21, in 1870. He continued to sell his paintings in the immediate area of his birth, New England, and had a successful show and sale at the National Academy of Design in 1873.

At about this time Tryon’s artistic perspective was confirmed. He married and left his book store job and pursued his art full-time. He began his professional career painting seascapes and harbor views, but it wasn’t long before Tryon’s style shifted to what is known as the Barbizon school of painting.

In 1876 Tryon made the decision to advance his technical painting skills and study formally, something he never did before. Deciding to study painting in Paris, Tryon sold off all his paintings at auction and travelled to Europe with his wife with the help of a benefactor.  He studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and several private instructors.  Although Tryon was in Paris while the school of impressionism was thriving, Tryon maintained his place in the Barbizon school.

In 1881 Tryon returned to the U.S. and settled in New York.  He built a summer home in South Dartmouth, Massachusetts in 1887, making this his real permanent home for the rest of his life, venturing to New York only for the winter each year.

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