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The Magic of Watercolour

by James Fletcher-Watson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0713455144, Hardcover)

This is an introduction to the medium of watercolour. The author reviews the roots of the English watercolour tradition and takes a practical look at materials, subject choice, how to paint landscape, weather conditions, buildings (with advice on perspective) and different methods and techniques for composing paintings and using colour. The author's own paintings, including many stage-by-stage series, complement the text. The book will appeal to watercolour painters of all levels.

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After reviewing the roots of the English watercolour tradition, this book then takes a practical and informative look at materials, subject choice, how to paint landscape features, weather conditions, buildings and different methods and techniques of composing paintings and using colour.… (more)

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