4 Magazines The Art of Watercolour - Discount Collection YEAR 2017
Your full 2017 last 4 issues of The Art of Watercolour for only 20 € !
|Country of Manufacture||France|
|Reference number||9982-POCH AOW 2017|
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Meet the artists:
REVELATIONS Pierre Mach and Ken Karlic.
MY FAVOURITE PAINTING Soleil couchant sur les quais de Paris, by Éric Laurent.
A COURSE WITH… Spanish master Pedro Cano on Patmos, Greece.
Olga Litvinenko Her works capture the poetry of day-to-day life in Saint-Petersburg, where tradition meets modernity.
Ken Thrift In the manner of an abstract expressionist, he expresses his inner emotions with colour, in an intuitive, organic way.
Carne Griffiths The British painter combines alcohol and tea with more traditional inks to draws delicate, embroidered faces.
Michal Suffczynski Having spent 10 years painting cities, he went from urban rigour to portraying the wilderness, attracted by its grandiose vistas.
ZOOM ON… L’Attente, by Bertrand Martin.
PORTFOLIO Rick Huang Immensely delicate and noble portraits of the many different peoples of China, full of humanity.
ZOOM ON… Once upon a time, by Denny Bond.
Xi Guo Her paintings are filled with melancholy and constitute a reflection on the cycle of life as reflected in nature.
IN THE STUDIO Discover Jasmine Huang’s floral pieces, which combine expressiveness and delicacy, elegance and modernity
Eugeniu Gorean This young Moldovan artist talked to us about his love of plein-air painting.
Ruhiye Yalgin The winner of our last readers’ competition displays a sensitive approach which gives priority to the details.
TECHNICAL GUIDE Career, tips, inspiration, composition…: 16 pages of essential information to become a consummate artist.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Readers’ competition : More laureates and more advice!
Revelations: Mark Antoni and Marlis Moerker.
Bob Rudd: His semi-abstract and figurative landscapes give pride of place to the use of simple shapes and rich colours.
My favourite painting: Blooming (English rose), by Adisorn Pornsirikan.
Po-An Chen: Gentle portraits of his loved ones in a play of light and shadow.
Pablo Ruben Sanz: He loves to paint ports and industrial wastelands, relying on a strict perspective, vanishing lines and mixed greys.
Wang Shaobo: His large watercolours seek to represent the peaceful life of rural China today.
Portfolio Joseph Zbukvic: As the Australian watercolourist celebrates his 40th year as a professional artist, he gave us an exclusive interview.
Aine Divine: Emotion goes hand in hand with technicality to capture the energy that emanates from her models.
History of watercolour: Pierre-Joseph Redouté, the Raphael of flowers.
Andy Evansen: Simplicity in the choice of subjects, but also a simplification of shapes in order to achieve a certain form of purity.
Joël Bérard: A newcomer to watercolour who has adopted a wet-in-wet technique to lay bare the souls of his models.
Vickie Nelson: The winner of our last Readers’ competition specialises in animal watercolours.
Papers, colours, careers, plein air painting and well-being: 18 pages of essential information to become a consummate artist.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Revelations, discover our selection of noteworthy artists: Philippe Lhez, Kathy Bunze, Carole-Anne Almquist, Joan Coch Rey.
My latest painting: 8 artists present their latest works.
Richard Chao: an artist who endeavours to represent the inner world of his models, their feelings and problems.
Christine Porter: travelling across Australia to paint farms despite the constraints of a hot and dry climate.
Angus McEwan talks about why he is drawn to textures and bold colours and details his approach.
Portfolio: Dean Mitchell. Portraits full of humanity that don’t not leave indifferent. The artist talks about his motivation, commitment and passion guided by empathy.
Jean-Louis Thibaut: the beautiful landscapes of Normandy and portraits of his loved ones are the favourite themes of this realistic painter.
Brian Smith: fond both of urban scenes and bucolic landscapes, more often than not, Brian Smith only uses three colours!
Nathan Fowkes: is it because he also works in animation that his watercolours are so expressive and have such vibrant colours?
Ali Sarmadi: almost abstract paintings inspired by his Persian heritage.
Malcolm Carver: detailed watercolours grounded in his training as an architect.
Know-how: Lok Kerk-Hwang, rendering the marks of time.
My favourite painting: Marc Folly and its painting Poterie des frères Not.
Linda Hutchinson: influenced by her everyday surroundings, she paints intimate subjects in subdued neutral colours.
MEET THE ARTISTS:
Revelations: Discover our selection of noteworthy artists. LS Eldridge, Vickie Nelson, Yvonne Overton.
My latest painting: 8 artists present their latest works. Naomi Tydeman, Peter Jablokow, Carol Carter, Jean Vigué, Franck Hérété, Joe Dowden, Lok Kerk Hwang, Michal Jasiewicz
Peggi Habets: the human being is at the centre of her work.
Katie Graham: striving to capture the mind and energy of animals.
Polina Egorushkina: large fluid and quasi-abstract paintings by a young Russian artist.
Keiko Tanabe: her loose landscapes and urban scenes are regular fixtures in exhibitions worldwide.
Portfolio: Mark Elsmore. This British artist, drawn to industrial and urban scenes, deploys realistic perfection in his vast compositions.
Lyn Evans: painting flowers in a deployment of colours and free shapes.
Special feature: Jacques Villares and Michael Reardon, two visions on perspective.
Lois Wolford: shapes, values and edges, key elements in her work.
Miguel Linares Rios: painting cities with sincerity and warmth.
Diane Boilard: her subjects – inspired by nature – progressively emerge from a web of colours and brushstrokes.