More of the Joy of Painting

More of the Joy of Painting

by Robert H Ross


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Following the success of his first book, The Best of the Joy of Painting, Bob Ross gathered sixty more of his favorite paintings to create More Joy of Painting. Now available in paperback, More Joy of Painting presents each painting in full color, followed by detailed instructions and a series of black-and-white photos to walk you, step-by-step, through the process of creating a Bob Ross original.

So, whether you want a landscape of snowcapped mountains or a serene fall day, with More Joy of Painting you can create a beautiful work of art with the same ease and grace as Bob Ross.

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ISBN-13: 9780688143558
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 09/20/1995
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 634,032
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.45(d)

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Anonymous 4 months ago
Bob Ross is one of my favorite artists, I purchased two of his books, and there are 60 complete lessons in each of the books. If you worked at a lesson a day, 5 days a week, that is equivalent to 6 months of art schooling right in your own home. In the first book, The Best of The Joy of Painting, in his letter to the artist, he recommends. "consider the book a guide for putting your dreams on canvas. Translate its instruction into your very own personalized artwork." in the 2nd book, More Joy of Painting, his words to the artist is "use each painting as a guide to creating your very own unique masterpiece. soon you will see how exciting it is to put your very own dreams on canvas. " Many old masters of art may have already been using the wet on wet technique. One would have been Claude Monet, in his style of impressionism. He went through his paintings trying to capture the effects of light before the sun, clouds, the changing time of day, could make changes in what he was wanting to capture on canvas. Artists, in our day and time, using the wet on wet, Alla Prima, direct painting techniques, are sharing with a new wave of artists, how to turn out beautiful paintings, preserving the memories of our day and time in artworks for the generations to follow.