This beginner's guide to painting flowers in watercolour is part of a series which offers step-by-step demonstrations, easy-to-follow advice and hints, and tips and techniques from working artists.
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Each title in the best selling 'Learn to Paint' series is written by a professional working artist and offers the leisure painter a personal course of art instruction. Here ' Marjorie Blamey' clearly describes all the basic techniques of painting flowers in watercolour, and provides many practical exercises and step-by-step demonstration paintings.
• advice on materials and equipment
• help with mixing colours
• learn about the construction of flowers
• sketching outdoors
• painting flowers through the seasons
Marjorie Blamey – before becoming one of the leading British botanical artists of our time – was in turn a photographer, actress, wartime Red Cross nurse and ambulance driver, and with her husband ran a Cornish dairy farm for 20 years. They sold the farm in 1968 to make field botany and painting a new career. Since then, her books have sold nearly a million copies in many languages.
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Book Description Trafalgar Square Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0004133390