Master Watercolour: Painting techniques inspired by influential artists
Master the masters of watercolor with this step-by-step guide that draws inspiration from paintings in the Tate Collection with 30 projects.
English language book.
|Author or artist's name||David Chandler|
Taking inspiration from iconic paintings in the Tate Collection, discover the techniques of the masters and improve your own paintings skills with 30 guided projects. As you work through the exercises, you'll find out how to loosen up with Cy Twombly, master color temperature with John Singer Sargent and create rhythm and unity in your paintings with John Nash.
Materials, tips and tricks
Mark-making: Jacob Epstein, David Cox, Paul Cézanne, Frances Hodgkins, Paul Sandby, Raoul Dufy, William Henry Hunt, Lucia Nogueira.
David Jones: transparency
Thomas Girtin: Reserving the paper
John Sell Cotman: Glazing
Maggi Hambling: Wet on wet
Gwen John: Balancing dark and lights
Turner, John Singer Sargent, Edward Bawden, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, André Derain, Graham Sutherland, Evelyn Cheston
Eric Ravilious, John Varley, John Nash, Francis Towne, John Marin, WG Gillies
Anthony Gross, Peter Lanyon, Paul Klee, Arthur Melville.
About A. David Chandler
David Chandler teaches adults to paint and draw and more than eighty students attend his regular art classes, in Frome and Bath. He has lectured and demonstrated to art societies and groups throughout the UK, is a guest teacher at Dillington House in Somerset and has been leading painting courses in France, Italy and Switzerland since 1999.
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