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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 October 2020
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782218999
  • Stock: Not Yet Published
  • Size: 216x280 mm
  • Illustrations: 300
  • Pages: 96
  • RRP Price: $26.99

David Bellamy’s Landscapes through the Seasons in Watercolour

$26.99

by David Bellamy

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Book Description

Master artist and best-selling author David Bellamy shares his ideas, approach, and techniques for painting the landscape throughout the year.

Master artist and best-selling author David Bellamy shares with you his techniques, ideas and approach to painting his beloved landscape throughout the year. A revised and expanded edition of David Bellamy's Winter Landscapes in Watercolour, David looks at each season in detail and explores the challenges and surprises they present to the landscape artist.

Also covered are learning techniques for seasonal effects such as rendering hoar frost on trees; misty and atmospheric effects; injecting rogue colours to add excitement to your work; how to tackle a variety of tree branches for different species; depicting light branches against dark backgrounds; altering the composition to suit your needs, and so much more.

Table of Contents

Introduction6
Materials8
Basic brush techniques12
Summer14
Lakeland Waterfall20
Moor in Summer30
Autumn36
Late Autumn Waterfall42
Winter48
Winter Mountains56
Farm in Snow71
Spring78
After the Spring Shower82
Planning paintings88
Further techniques92
Index96

About the Author

About David Bellamy

David Bellamy has always been fascinated by the world's wild places. Highly regarded as a teacher of art, he has a tremendous following among leisure painters, many of whom have attended his extremely popular courses and workshops both in the UK and overseas. He gives demonstrations and talks, produces successful DVDs, has written many books on watercolour painting and is a regular contributor to art magazines. David lives in Builth Wells, Wales.

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