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Oils Masterclass: Learning from Professional Artists at Work

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This work features eight professional arists who are all respected practitioners specializing in oils, and whose work represents a wide variety of styles, subject matter and techniques. By sharing their knowledge and providing insights into their working methods, these artists offer the amateur painter the opportunity to learn the techniques of oil painting. The masterclasses feature: the artists' ideas and sources of inspiration; the artists' choice of materials and the techniques they use; oil paintings showing the characteristic style of each artist; and a varied range of subjects. The masterclass artists include David Curtis, Colin Hayes, Ken Howard, Ben Levene, David Prentice, Philip Salvato, Meg Stevens and Kyffin Williams.
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This work features eight professional arists who are all respected practitioners specializing in oils, and whose work represents a wide variety of styles, subject matter and techniques. By sharing their knowledge and providing insights into their working methods, these artists offer the amateur painter the opportunity to learn the techniques of oil painting. The masterclasses feature: the artists' ideas and sources of inspiration; the artists' choice of materials and the techniques they use; oil paintings showing the characteristic style of each artist; and a varied range of subjects. The masterclass artists include David Curtis, Colin Hayes, Ken Howard, Ben Levene, David Prentice, Philip Salvato, Meg Stevens and Kyffin Williams.*Small tears on dustjacket

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Author Sally Bulgin
Publisher Collins
Place London
Year 1996
ISBN 9780004127552
Binding Hardcover
Condition Good
Dustjacket Condition Good
Comments Small tears on dustjacket

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