Author: Brooks, Leonard
Publisher: North Light Publishers
Year Published: 1977
Subcategory: Art / Techniques / Watercolor Painting
Condition Rating: Slight wear, may have creased spine, folded pages, good-condition ownership stickers
Summary: Dust jacket notes: "Leonard Brooks makes a personal survey of his many years' experience in the world of water and color. He examines the fundamental uses of watercolor and wash and illustrates ways of using them as a sketching medium or for finished paintings. Numerous examples of the many ways of using aqueous media are shown including a set of experimental exercises that will help the reader to find his own personal style of painting. Basic instruction in using the new acrylic pigments with demonstrations to show the numerous approaches to contemporary uses, figurative and abstract. Gouache, casein and inks are also discussed. For the painter of watercolor or acrylics this book will provide a background and coverage presented by a master of the aqueous media."
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