Tate: Master Watercolour

Tate: Master Watercolour

Painting techniques inspired by influential artists

David Chandler

$8.99

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Artists & Illustrators magazine's Book of the Month

Taking inspiration from iconic paintings in the Tate collection, discover the techniques of the masters and improve your own painting skills with 30 guided projects. As you work through the exercises, you'll learn how to work 'wet into wet' with Maggi Hambling, master colour temperature with John Singer Sargent and create rhythm and unity in your paintings with John Nash.

Whether you are looking to reinvigorate your watercolour practice with new techniques, try your hand at a wide variety of painting styles, or discover a new, inspiring master of the art, this book offers something new for every watercolourist.


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David Chandler:

David Chandler is an artist and art tutor based in Frome, England. He runs regular painting and drawing courses, and lectures and demonstrates throughout the UK and Europe. He is a Black Swan Open Art Competition winner and a Holburne Portrait Prize finalist. He co-founded Frome Community Education CIC, and is the writer and presenter of Seeing Things, a community radio programme about the visual arts. Before focusing on teaching art, David wrote drama and comedy for BBC Radio.


TATE is home to the United Kingdom's national collection of British, and international modern and contemporary art, with its collection shared between Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Ilex is proud to partner with Tate, supporting the gallery in its mission to promote public understanding and enjoyment of art.

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