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The Beginner's Guide To Painting Watercolors

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"(An) invaluable manual designed to entice beginners and enthusiasts of all levels of ability to paint for their own pleasure. Just like reading and writing, drawing and painting can be taught. This clearly written and richly illustrated book takes the reader step by step through a series of exercises, explaining both theory and technique in an informative and accessible way. The medium of watercolor has fascinated artists for many years, and reached a peak with British landscapists such as Turner and Constable. This book discusses both the English method, which uses no white but allows the paper to show through the layers of wash, and the radical and dramatic effects that can be achieved by using gouache and mixed media.
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"(An) invaluable manual designed to entice beginners and enthusiasts of all levels of ability to paint for their own pleasure. Just like reading and writing, drawing and painting can be taught. This clearly written and richly illustrated book takes the reader step by step through a series of exercises, explaining both theory and technique in an informative and accessible way. The medium of watercolor has fascinated artists for many years, and reached a peak with British landscapists such as Turner and Constable. This book discusses both the English method, which uses no white but allows the paper to show through the layers of wash, and the radical and dramatic effects that can be achieved by using gouache and mixed media. *First free page is cut off*

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Author Rosemary Williams
Publisher Bison
Place London
Year 1993
ISBN 9781858410067
Binding Hardcover
Condition Very Good
Dustjacket Condition Good
Comments First free page is cut off

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