Modern pigmentation often used artificial substances. Landscape Oil Paintings The color is blended with oil, usually linseed oil but other sebum may be used as well. The various sebum dry in a different way, creating various effects.Traditionally, performers combined their own shows from raw pigmentation that they often ground themselves and method. Modern Oil Paintings This made mobility difficult and kept most painting activities limited to the studio room. This modified in the delayed Nineteenth century, when oil colour in pipes became accessible.Performers could mix shades easily, which allowed, for the first time, relatively practical plein air (outdoor) painting (a common strategy in France Impressionism).