All my works were painted using the glazing technique.

This method allows for the creation of depth in paintings by letting light penetrate through many layers of paint (sometimes even dozens) that are transparent and thinly applied.
Light shining through these layers reflects off the chalky ground and illuminates the pigments from below.
Glazing method is very time-consuming and requires a lot of work and technological knowledge. With this technique, you can achieve an impression of depth and nobility, as well as a diversity of hues and color richness.

This way of painting was a well-kept secret by the Flemish Primitives and Italian masters during the 15th and 16th centuries. Because it is a very labor-intensive process, this technique has almost entirely disappeared today.
No other technique can bring about similarly spectacular effects. Masters of glazing included Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden, Dirk Bouts, and Rembrandt.