Join noted watercolorist Ted Kautzky as he shares his wisdom on painting the infinitely wonderful details of trees and landscapes. Beginning with the fundamentals of good composition, value arrangement, balance, rhythm, and basic brushstrokes, the book explores ways of painting such important landsca... read more
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Join noted watercolorist Ted Kautzky as he shares his wisdom on painting the infinitely wonderful details of trees and landscapes. Beginning with the fundamentals of good composition, value arrangement, balance, rhythm, and basic brushstrokes, the book explores ways of painting such important landscape components as trees, roads, puddles, rain, plant life, and fog. Individual chapters are devoted to painting forests, and different types of trees are amply illustrated, from the lush willow to the stately Lombardy poplar. Beautifully presented and filled with valuable insight, this book will be warmly welcomed by art students, landscape architects, commercial artists, and anyone familiar with the author's other popular books.
Reprint of the Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, 1952 edition.
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