Watercolour Textures Collins Artist S Studio

Author: Ann Blockley
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0008328242
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Ann Blockley is a very successful artist, known for the innovative way in which she uses texture as a key element in her work. This book, in Collins Artist’s Studio series, looks at how she achieves her stunning effects and provides essential guidelines for the intermediate painter wishing to develop this aspect of their own painting.

Watercolor With Paper Palette Tray Eyedropper And Spongewith 4 Watercolor Pencilswith 2 Professional Paint

Author: Mary Iverson
Editor:
ISBN: 9781592236503
Size: 15,49 MB
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Pablo Picasso once said, “Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.” And watercolor is the perfect, portable medium to create landscapes, record travel adventures, or experiment with color and texture. Now children can learn to paint with watercolors like a pro in this new title from the Fine Art Studio series. Watercolor by Mary Iverson is a comprehensive learn-to-paint kit featuring an easy-to-understand 40-page book, pro-style brushes, paints, paper, pencils, a mixing palette and more! Aspiring painters can learn the techniques of masters like Beatrix Potter and John Singer Sargent and then try their hands at the fun step-by-step projects included in the kit. Recommended for ages 10 and up.

The Artist At Work In Her Studio

Author: Elizabeth Blackadder
Editor: Royal Academy Books
ISBN: 9780810966499
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These two books are the first offerings in a new series from Abrams and the Royal Academy of Arts, London, which reveals well-known artists at work. The artists offer insights into their approach to painting, as well as their opinions, inspirations, philosophies, and views on art, with valuable tips for both amateurs and other professionals. Working in a variety of mediums, the artists are shown painting both in their studios and in some of their favorite painting locations around the world.Elizabeth Blackadder is one of the best-known and most respected artists working today. In this fully illustrated book she works in her Edinburgh studios on paintings that reveal her intuitive approach to her subjects, her originality, and her acute sense of composition. The works featured include a large watercolor of tulips and irises and oil paintings of buildings in Bologna, Italy. She also works on a Japanese scroll, providing insight into the Japanese influence on her work. Her techniques and approaches to composition are all explained, and shown in step-by-step photographs.

Simplified Watercolor Landscapes

Author: Kooler Design Studio
Editor: Leisure Arts
ISBN: 160140834X
Size: 15,68 MB
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Join master watercolorist Tom Jones in an exciting landscape painting adventure as he shares his passion for art and love of nature with painters of all skill levels. Learn how easy it is to replicate his vivid landscapes of tropical, desert, seaside, and mountain scenes. His clear step-by-step approach accompanied by value sketches, color worksheets, and line drawings will provide you with the know-how to create landscapes with texture and depth. 12 designs: British Columbia, Buffalo at Yellowstone, Abandoned Boathouse, Florida Lighthouse, Grand Canyon, Long Hike Up, Mountain Lake, Pumpkin Field, Savannah Marsh, Tropical Sunset, Wading Egrets, and Winter in the Smokies. Simplified Watercolor Landscapes (Leisure Arts #22659)

Watercolor Painting Techniques

Author: David Lewis
Editor:
ISBN: 9780823056699
Size: 12,23 MB
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Learn how to master watercolor working techniques to create your own successful paintings.

The Grove Encyclopedia Of Materials And Techniques In Art

Author: Gerald W. R. Ward
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195313917
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Provides over 1400 articles that deal with materials and techniques in art from ancient times to the present, including such media as ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, painting, works on paper, textiles, video, and computer art.

New Looks For Livingrooms

Author: Centaur Media
Editor: Centaur Media
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Create a stylish new scheme for your living space this spring with on-trend colour combinations, easy room updates and essential advice from design experts.

Teaching Art

Author: Rhian Brynjolson
Editor: Portage & Main Press
ISBN: 1553791959
Size: 17,66 MB
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This resource is written for classroom teachers, art education specialists, childcare workers, artists working in schools, parents who home-school their children, and school administrators. It can also be used as a university textbook for Education students. The book provides a framework for teaching art in a way that is integrated with regular classroom practice and mindful of current art curriculum outcomes. Although the book focuses on art for primary and middle-school students from pre-school to grade eight, Teaching Art is also useful to art specialists at the high-school level who are looking for new strategies or project ideas to add to their established secondary programs. Revised and expanded from the author's previous resource, Art & Illustration. This resource integrates new developments in art education.

Benezit Dictionary Of British Graphic Artists And Illustrators

Author: Oxford University Press
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199923051
Size: 19,21 MB
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The Benezit Dictionary of British Graphic Artists and Illustrators consists of over 3,000 entries on a range of British artists, from medieval manuscript illuminators to contemporary cartoonists. Its core is comprised of the entries focusing on British graphic artists and illustrators from the 2006 Benezit Dictionary of Artists with an additional 90 revised and 60 new articles. The collection highlights the rich history of British printmaking-both fine art prints and mass print media-and related activities in the production and illustration of printed books and manuscripts. Because of Benezit's focus on European artists of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, this collection provides comprehensive coverage of British graphic art and illustration during their most significant periods of development. Entries provide straightforward, concise narratives of the artists' lives and careers, and many entries include bibliographies, auction sale records, exhibition histories, and museum collection holdings. This collection also includes over 200 images of artists' signatures. The Benezit Dictionary of British Graphic Artists and Illustrators serves as a compact, affordable alternative to the fourteen-volume Benezit for specialists and collectors in the fields of British art and/or printmaking.

Victorian Landscape Watercolors

Author: Scott Wilcox
Editor: Hudson Hills
ISBN: 9781555950712
Size: 11,73 MB
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English landscape watercolor painting, a perfect marriage of genre and medium, entered a lively period of experimentation in style and content during the second half of the nineteenth century, with rich and diverse results. Through all the changes of style and technique and all the debates over the appropriate use of the medium, it was watercolor's ability to convey the timeless truth and reality of the natural world that mattered to artists, critics, and audiences. British watercolors of the Victorian period continued to observe an essential humility before nature; they remain fresh and compellingly immediate because they derived in the first place from the artists' heartfelt communion with the elements of nature. Victorian Landscape Watercolors begins with a consideration of the continuing influence of the great generation who earlier in the century, during the extraordinary parallel rise of watercolor and landscape painting, had established the landscape watercolor as a major British contribution to the arts. The second chapter examines the role of the landscape watercolor in the aesthetic thought of John Ruskin, whose critical voice played a dominant role in shaping that art. The third chapter looks at the place of landscape within the watercolor societies and its development as it appeared in their annual exhibitions. The final chapter deals with the tug of new and old, foreign and native in the later Victorian period. The book also features 126 watercolors, from public and private collections in America and England, all reproduced in full color and accompanied by individual commentaries. Among the 76 artists represented are David Cox, Sr. and Jr., Walter Crane, William Holman Hunt, Edward Lear, Samuel Palmer, James Mallord William Turner, James McNeill Whistler, and Ruskin himself, along with dozens of lesser-known masters of the medium. Victorian Landscape Watercolors is published in conjunction with the first exhibition to survey this period of this particularly British contribution to the arts; the exhibition, organized by the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Connecticut, will also be seen at the Cleveland Museum of Art and in Birmingham, England.