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Weather : how to see it, how to paint it by…

Weather : how to see it, how to paint it

by Patricia Seligman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0713471808, Hardcover)

This introduction to the observation and use of weather in painting covers oils, acrylics, watercolour and pastels, dealing not only with the physical representation of weather in paint, but also with the way it affects mood and the entire composition. The weather influences every aspect of outdoor painting - light, tone, composition and mood. This book demonstrates how to capture these effects on paper, using a variety of media. Beginning with practical advice on sketching and painting outside, the book moves on to suggestions for equipment and coping with the problems of painting outdoors, in various types of weather - clouds, sun and shadows, fog and mist, snow and ice and stormy weather. Each chapter contains at least one major practical demonstration of working up a picture from start to finish. A gallery of work by professional artists is included.

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