1882 books (95 pages) in this category
by Simon Williams
<p>A practical guide to using gouache in botanical painting, by a leading botanical painter. Gouache is an opaque water-based medium, often called body colour, that produces crisp and vibrant paintings, and is becoming increasingly popular in ...eBook
by Mary Ann Scott
A beautiful facsimile botanical sketchbook for all lovers of the art. this is the story of one woman's journey from amateur painter to botanical artist, told through the sketchbooks and paintings she produced for the Distance Learning Diploma ...
by Sarah Simblet
An inspirational guide to drawing plants.<BR> An intimate understanding of botany will help any artist create vibrant and realistic art. Sarah Simblet's masterclass provides you with an awareness and appreciation of plants and flowers and shows ...
by Hansteion Marianne
Pleasantly plump With whimsical irony and a style reminiscent of the old masters, Fernando Botero (b.1932) began painting caricatured animals and corpulent bodies with disproportionate heads at a time when his contemporaries were fervently ...
by Mariana Hanstein
Meet Fernando Botero, the world-renowned elder statesman of Colombian art, famed for his voluptuous figurative style. This essential artist introduction takes in all the critical insight, irony, and curvaceous flesh that round out ...
by Emile Gebhart & Victoria Charles
<p>He was the son of a citizen in comfortable circumstances, and had been, in Vasari’s words, “instructed in all such things as children are usually taught before they choose a calling.” However, he refused to give his attention to reading, ...eBook
by Lionello Venturi
by Maude White
by Kathie Sutherland
by Eileen Costello
by GEORGE B. BRIDGMAN
by Hannah Fink
<p></p><p>This is the first book about the major Australian sculptor Bronwyn Oliver. ?I wanted to write an old fashioned art book, one that tells the story of the artist?s life from beginning to end,? says author Hannah Fink. ?But I also wanted ...
by Emma Dexter
by Peter Plagens
by Lopez Ulrike
Bridging the gap: The onset of Expressionism In the German city of Dresden on June 7, 1905, the foundation of the Die Brücke artists’ group (1905–1913) is widely regarded as the birth of Expressionism. Led by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Fritz Bleyl,
by Keith Roberts
The Lightness of Art
by Pierpaolo Antonello, Matilde Nardelli & Margherita Zanoletti
<p>Bruno Munari was one of the most important and eclectic twentieth-century European artists. Dubbed the «Leonardo and Peter Pan» of contemporary art, he pioneered what would later be labelled kinetic art, playing a key role in the constitutioneBook
More Than 200 Ideas for Drawing with Brush Pens
by Sho Ito
Curious about the world of brush pens but aren't sure where to start? Brush Pen Illustration shows how to draw pretty much anything in 2 - 4 steps. ...
by DAN X. SOLO
This book provides 100 outstanding brushstroke and free-style alphabets in one easy-to-use volume. Altogether, they include 100 sets of capital and lower-case alphabets (many in script) and 100 sets of numbers and special symbols. They are ...
by STANLEY THOROGOOD
This handbook and teacher's guide by a noted instructor presents a wealth of annotated illustrations that introduce practice brushstrokes and designs. In addition to instructions on colour mixing, paper selection, and proper brush handling, the ...