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The Art of Watercolour 44th issue - PRINT Edition

This issue of The Art of Watercolour offers you a new overview of watercolour painting with reports on artists with very different styles, such as Francis Castro, Thierry Duval and Abdelfattah Karmane. Also in this issue you can read about the results of our last major Readers' Competition... and why not enter the next competition? You could win an article in the next issue of The Art of Watercolour!

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Special New Readers’ Competition: The results of our “Winter atmosphere” themed contest.

What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.

Competition winners: Ovidiu IovanelYu Hsuan Hua and Chicca D’Errico
Abdelfettah karmane: Extremely personal, with a profusion of detail, his works are both snapshots of life and a reflection on tradition.
Revelations: Jef Boeckx (Belgium), Claude Déjean (France), Dominique Thomas (France) and Joël Bérard (France).
PORTFOLIO: Francisco Castro. In his paintings, he tries to capture atmosphere rather than providing a realistic representation of the landscape.
Jean-Paul Olivari: The artist delights in the representation of the landscapes and old buildings of the South of France, where he lives…
Jean Coutard: An approach to watercolour based on subtle value contrasts resonating with his taste for subdued atmospheres.
Andrey Esionov: He brings to life scenes inspired by his travels or his wanderings through the streets of Moscow and elsewhere.
Alain Chérel: A judicious choice of values as well as careful attention to light’s many variations showcases his subjects.
Alvaro Castagnet: This renowned and lively watercolourist talks to us about his painting and his crusade for watercolour.
Clive Powsey: The grandiose landscapes of Vancouver Island painted with a great deal of atmospheric perspective.
Galina Shargina: Combining elegance, a modern approach and delicacy, her floral paintings are a play on form where the whole takes precedence over details.

Special watercolour report: Everyhting to know about colours, mediums and papers.
Technical guide: Hyperrealism with JC Vargas. A tribute to the artist’s love of cycling.
Technical guide: Using masking fluid with Francis Cordina.
Technical guide: Paris by night with Thierry Duval.
Technical guide: A portrait by Chinese master Liu Yi.
Call for entries

A showcase for the best professional watercolourists from all over the world

The Art of Watercolour is also your magazine… Thanks to our Readers’ Contest, which is growing more and more popular with each issue, you have the opportunity to have your watercolours not only assessed by your peers, but also, if you are lucky enough to win, to benefit from an article and thus a worldwide platform to showcase your paintings!

As we all know, watercolour is as much about technique as it is about letting go. Probably more than other techniques, it requires a perfect knowledge of the tools, the handling of the paper and the properties of the different pigments. With this in mind, we offer you a special report with eight pages devoted to the different papers, mediums and watercolours available on the market.
This issue is packed with encounters from the four corners of the world and will allow you to meet artists who, each in their own way, have used watercolour as a vehicle for expressing their ideas. You will thus take pleasure – we hope – in discovering Abdelfettah Karmane’s hyperrealistic still lifes, Francisco Castro’s misty and dreamy landscapes, Galina Shargina’s remarkable floral compositions, to name but a few.
Happy painting and reading!
The editorial staff

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