Popular author and artist Richard Taylor provides practical and inspiring advice on painting the great outdoors in watercolour. Superb step-by-step demonstrations and evocative artwork make this a definitive instructional guide to painting a variety of locations and the wildlife to be found in them. The great outdoors is a subject that appeals to a vast number of watercolour painters. In this superbly illustrated book Richard Taylor takes the reader on a journey through some of the less inhabited (although accessible) parts of the world, starting at sea level and working through to higher mountainous regions. He provides aspiring painters with all the techniques needed to get started and his expert tips will help readers to move on confidently from simple scenes to more complicated vistas. Contents include:Seashores Rivers and lakes Forests Above the timberline (snow and ice) MountainsWith sketches, step-by-step sequences, staged demonstrations and Richard's beautiful watercolours to inspire and encourage, this book provides an ideal introduction to this popular subject.
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Richard Taylor is an experienced and very popular watercolourist, who regularly teaches and lectures on all aspects of painting. He is the successful author of several books, including The Watercolourist's Year, Learn to Paint Buildings in Watercolour and Painting Houses and Gardens in Watercolour and was the Consultant and Contributor to The Art Course partwork. He writes for The Artist, Leisure Painter and Artists & Illustrators magazines and has also made several instructional painting videos.
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Book Description Collins, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007146299