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Suitable for anyone who has learnt the basics of watercolour and wants to develop their own style.
This book shows how to create artwork full of personal expression and vitality. It aims to inspire the imagination and stimulate individual creativity. It includes subjects such as: international street scenes, still life's, and life studies.
About the Author
Gerald Green has operated as a freelance artist since the early 80s. A finalist in major UK exhibitions, with work in several private and public galleries, he's written articles on drawing and painting techniques for The Artist amongst other publications, and has featured in six books and frequently runs his own painting workshops.
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I loved this spontaneous,impressionistic approach with watercolour and found this method inspirational and couldn't wait to get my paints out and give it a go. It was very informative and easy to follow and I enjoyed the book immensely and no doubt will refer to it many times over in the future - thank you Gerald.
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 1st March 2008
Publisher: DAVID & CHARLES
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 22.5