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The fluidity and versatility of watercolor makes it uniquely suited to capturing subtle variances of light and color. Internationally renowned watercolor artist David Curtis' comprehensive handbook offers expert guidance on harnessing the power of this medium to produce striking landscapes, portraits, and scenes. Curtis shares his methods for painting on location and in the studio, with sections devoted to selecting materials, developing ideas, choosing subjects and colors, and interpreting light effects. A generous selection of sketches, studies and finished paintings accompany in-depth instructions for each technique, along with invaluable bits of practical wisdom garnered from years of experience.
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David Curtis is an internationally renowned watercolourist. He won first prize in the Singer & Friedlander/Sunday Times Watercolour Competition in 1992 and he has won several other prizes in this event. Further awards include the Stanley Grimm Memorial Prize, the Collins Brown Award and the Roberson Award. His work is widely exhibited and is also published as fine art cards and prints. He lives in Doncaster, England.
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