This investigation aims to introduce Arab Research-Oriented Artists to significant creative practices in the art of Modern Painting. Through analyzing selected paintings, the research focuses on the method developments in painting techniques in the impressionist style. These developments appeared on the technical as well as compositional elements in the impressionist paintings. The present study is a re-creational critique of the new practices that emerged through modern painting. It connects the developments of modern painting to the development of photography, which had a clear impact on the art of painting during the impressionist phase. At this point, the study uses a practice-based approach to analyze the relationship between photography and painting through re-creating/re-making the methods of the artists in the artwork production. This research approach transfers the traditional study of painting to a contemporary approach, into which the authors use photographic references to simulate the modern painters' methods in their practices. Through a series of various painting practices, the purpose of this approach is to develop the painting learning/teaching practices at different academic levels in Arab universities and research centers.
A/R/Tography, Practice-Based and Practice-Led Methodology, Hybrid Painting, Photography, Visual Culture, Contemporary Art Criticism.