Synopses & Reviews
The technique of watercolor paintingapplying pigment mixed with water to a surfacehas a long and noble tradition. It was known in China as long ago as the third century, and has been practiced in the rest of the world for at least 300 years.
This vivid and informative book brings this technique to the modern-day artist. Filled with a complete range of water-based media, it presents more than 30 techniquesexplained with easy-to-follow instructions and step-by-step photography to guide and inspire.
The Encyclopedia of Watercolor Techniques will provide you with everything youll need to master the art of watercolor.
About the Author
Hazel Harrison is a professional artist who studied painting at Londons Guilford School of Art and the Royal Academy of Painting. She is the author of three previous art-instruction books.