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New Artist's Handbook by Ray Campbell Smith
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New Artist's Handbook

by Ray Campbell Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0789493365, Hardcover)

Originally published in 1987 by Knopf, this fully revised and updated guide contains updated text and brand new, beautiful, full-color images. Inside the covers, step-by-step projects and glowing reproductions of the great masters inspire readers to expand their vision and experiment with creative techniques. The text is designed to instruct, inspire, and broaden the skills of anyone interested in all aspects of art from drawing, painting, and printmaking to digital media and applied techniques.

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A practical guide to all the tools, techniques, and materials of painting, drawing, printmaking, and related visual arts, both traditional and modern.

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