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The Art of Watercolour 34th issue - Digital Edition

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Save delivery costs with this DIGITAL EDITION: 34th issue Digital Edition of The Art of Watercolour, the art magazine for watercolourists

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The Art of Watercolour 34th issue - Digital Edition
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CONTENTS
In the spotlight: Angus McEwan’s ‘Shroud of Qingdao’.
Zoom on… The first 100 years of the NWS.
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Portfolio: 10 great masters. As our magazine is nearing its ten-year anniversary, our selection of great masters present their works from ten years ago and their most recent endeavours.

MEET THE ARTISTS
Revelations: Isabelle Dal-Pos, Bev Jozwiak, Eric Sweet, Maryse Louis.
Artist challenge: Three artists (Lok Kerk-Hwang, David Poxon and Peter Jablokow), one subject: still life.
Atsushi Matsubayashi. His sensitive nudes are the result of his observation of light and a keen eye.
Ryan Fox: How to use a batik-like technique with wax resist.
Valentina Verlato: The Italian artist tells us all about the interplay between drawing, colour, and values.
Pasqualino Fracasso: Meet a painter of atmospheres, who works with light and geometry.
Olga Litvinenko. Already well-known for her watercolours of urban scenes, the Russian artist is also an outstanding portrait painter.
From then to now: A new feature in which an artist explains how his work has evolved over the past ten years. Eugen Gorean inaugurates this new series.
Tatiana Shundeeva: It is in the luxuriance of cascading blossoms that the Russian artist found her passion for watercolour.
Liu Xide: His portraits are both full of life and expressive.
László Pomothy: Learning from books and workshops with various artists, he has forged his very own style that he questions with each watercolour. Readers’ competition: More laureates and more advice!
Winner of our readers’ contest: Denny Bond
Fly on the wall: The latest news on the social networks.
Our book selection: Essential books to find inspiration and improve your practice.
Call for entries

Technical guide:
- How to make your own watercolours, by Anna Belhalfaoui.
- How to store your framed paintings, by David Stickel

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