Wildlife Painting: Techniques of Modern Masters

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A group of internationally acclaimed wildlife painters share their ideas and insights. Included in this illustrated book are the works and teachings of Robert Bateman, Allen Blagden, Ken Carlson, Raymond Ching, Guy Coheleach, Don R. Eckelberry, Lars Jonsson, Bob Kuhn, Roger Tory Peterson, Thomas Quinn, and John Serrey-Lester. Wildlife Painting features sections on solving such painting problems as how to achieve a feeling of depth in fur, or detail in plumage; how to convey action; how to paint effective camouflage; and how to capture the essence of grasses or trees or reflection in water. With styles ranging from realism to impressionism. Wildlife Painting includes finished works in oil, watercolour, acrylic, tempera, gouache, colored pencil, pastel and mixed media. Also included are sketches, studies, step-by-step demonstrations, and tips from the artists on animal behaviour.

Publisher - Watson-Gruptill 1985

125 Color Plates; 356 B&W. Signed by John Seerey-Lester.

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