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Watercolour Painting: Step-by-Step
     

Watercolour Painting: Step-by-Step

by Jackie Barrass, William Newton, Richard Bolton, Ray Campbell-Smith, Bryan A. Thatcher
 

"Originally published in 2001 as Working with watercolour"--T.p. verso.

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"Originally published in 2001 as Working with watercolour"--T.p. verso.

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Library Journal
This volume is drawn from several previously published Search Press books, as are others in the "Step-by-Step" series. The work of seven artists is assembled into a broad, rich compendium, covering basic techniques for painting skies, landscapes, water, reflections, buildings, and flowers. More advanced painters should consider Birgit O'Connor's recent Watercolor Essentials.

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ISBN-13:
9781844484386
Publisher:
Search Press, Limited
Publication date:
12/01/2009
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
1,308,560
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author


Jackie Barrass is a watercolor artist whose work can be seen at the annual exhibitions by the Society of Women Artists in London. She is the author of "Light in Watercolour." Richard Bolton is a professional watercolor artist and the author of "Creative Watercolour Techniques" and "Painting Landscapes & Nature." Ray Campbell-Smith is a professional watercolor artist and the author of "Buildings in Watercolour," "Landscapes in Watercolour," "Painting Coastal Scenes," and "Perspectives." Frank Halliday works for Winsor & Newton, an art materials manufacturer, and is an adult education tutor who oversees workshops and residential watercolor painting courses. He is the author of "Laying a Watercolour Wash."William Newton is a professional artist specializing in watercolor and oil. He is the author of "Painting with Watercolours." Wendy Tait is a professional artist and the author of "Flowers in Watercolour," "Ready to Paint: Watercolour Flowers," and "Wild Flowers in Watercolour." Bryan A. Thatcher is a professional artist, an illustrator, a tutor, and the author of "Bryan Thatcher's Wet-into-Wet."

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