A guide to an unusual technique for Pastel's by Constance Halford-Thompson who continued to draw and paint for many years despite suffering from failing sight with Retinosis Pigmentosa.
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Constance Halford-Thompson lives in London and today suffers from Retinitis Pigmentosis and as such she can no longer see enough to draw or paint. But even whilst her sight was failing she made her name with her colour and movement with pastels of racing, sailing, seascapes, beaches, flowers and nudes. The pictures in this course credited C H-T are all examples of her work. She has exhibited in London at the Osborne Gallery in Knightsbridge, Anna Mei in Fulham, as well as at many charity exhibitions. Her work is illustrated in various racing books, including “Collecting Sporting Art” and “How to Capture Movement in your Paintings” by Julia Cassels.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1460929608