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4 Magazines The Art of Watercolour - Discount Collection YEAR 2020

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Your full 2020 last 3 issues of The Art of Watercolour + 15th Collector issue : special Discount -44% OFF

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Référence 11755-POCH AOW 2020
Éditeur Diverti Editions
Nombre de pages 400
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#39

MEET THE ARTISTS:
Revelations: Domenico Di Meo and Amarjeet Maan.
Nicholas Poullis. Observing, capturing and rendering the light of the South of France.
Tatiana Anisimova: Watercolours with bright colours and simplified shapes.
Bénédicte Stef-Frisbey: Celebrating the creativity of watercolour: a lesson in humility.
Lana Privitera : Turning everyday objects into captivating hyperrealistic still lifes.
Will Yang: Harbour scenes that border on abstraction.
Chang Hong-Bin: Luxuriant landscapes that are a celebration of life itself.
Théo Sauer: Fascinated by places with soul, Théo Sauer has rediscovered the hidden beauty of his immediate surroundings.
Jean-Paul Olivari: The solar artwork of a painter from Provence.
Eban: From psychological landscapes to lyrical abstraction.
Herman Pekel: The Australian artist’s paintings show great dexterity and fantastic craftsmanship.

Portfolio Jean-Luc Decron: Revealing emotion: colourful portraits.

Technical guide by Janine Gallizia
Learn to identify your habits in order to free yourself from them and move forward in the cycle of progress.

Technical guide by Jean-Luc Decron
Follow the advice of portraitist Jean-Luc Decron and bring your colours and values to life.

Technical guide by Frank Perrot
Simple exercises to work on shapes and values.

Technical guide by Marc Folly
The keys to help you better understand landscape painting.

Technical guide by Janine Gallizia
How artists can bounce back after lockdown.

What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Readers’ competition: The results of our Spring landscape theme contest.
Readers’ competition winner: Vicente García Fuentes.
Readers’ competition runners-up: Detlev Bucks and Michal Helienek.


#38

MEET THE ARTISTS:
Readers’ competition winner: Sung Kai Ting
Readers’ competition runners-up: Konstantin Sterkhov and Andrzej Gosik
Frank Liao Xiaoping: The challenges of flower painting.
Revelations: Ingrid Lefevre and Maria Gloria Giraldo Portero.
Viktoria Prischedko: Making emotions visible.
Sean Barrett: An artist with a passion for realism and car wrecks
Igor Mosiychuk PORTFOLIO: A master in landscape painting, his atmospheric scenes perfectly capture the soul of his chosen location.
Catherine Rey: She wields transparent watercolour to paint objects from everyday life in skilfully presented compositions.
André Farnier: The simple happiness of nature.
Ingrid Albrecht: Striking views of the artist’s native Chicago.
Claudia Diaz Hernandez: The modern and powerful watercolours of a Mexican artist.
Marc Folly and Sergey Temerev: Different approaches to skies and landscapes as seen through the eyes of these two well-known artists.
Ye Yint Myint Naing: Burmese artist Ye Yint Myint Naing finds inspiration on the coast, in ports and on the banks of rivers.
Éric Alix: The French artist paints in a very graphic style, somewhat reminiscent of movie stills.
Mark Mehaffey: This well-known American watercolourist talks about the sources of his creativity and shares some advice about using gesso.
Alexey Pelevin: His paintings convey his feeling s and, as such, are a reflection of the Russian character.

OTHER CONTENTS:
Focus on a masterpiece: “In the Morning”, by Stephen Yau
Preview: The National Watercolor Society, the first 100 years.
What’s on: Watercolour events all around the world.
New readers’ competition : The results of our spring landscapes themed contest, and our new competition rules!
One theme, 3 artists: Maryse Louis, Konstantin Sterkhov and Phil Schmidt on painting animals.
Call for entries


#37

MEET THE ARTISTS
Paul Jackson. An extraordinary artist in every sense of the word, Paul Jackson sees each of his paintings as a challenge.
Revelations: Viktoria Grigorieva and Abey Zoul.
One theme, 3 artists: Carla O’ConnorKonstantin Sterkhov and Carlos Leon Salazar share their points of view on painting the human figure.
Prafull Sawant: Painting the banks of the Seine river with one of today’s great masters.
Julio Jorge: The Portuguese painter likes to paint how time changes the faces of the people he knows.
Jansen Chow portfolio: High in light, and verging on abstraction, Jansen Chow’s watercolours are an ode to colour.
William Rogers: His portraits are both luminous and fluid, drawing on the best qualities of watercolour.
My last painting: Angus McEwan and Franck Hérété.
Thierry de Marichalar: Well known in France, Basque artist Thierry de Marichalar has a passion for outdoor watercolour.
Soon Young Warren: Her works are renowned for their inimitable style, skilfully orchestrated compositions and vibrant colours.
Andrzej Gosik: The Polish artist Andrzej Gosik is a versatile painter capable of working on a variety of subjects.
Galina Gomzina: The Russian artist is fascinated by water and its reflections – which is hardly surprising as watercolour is the ultimate water-based medium.

Zoom on… “Ancient Bridge”, by Tom Schaller
International Watercolour Masters 2020
What’s on: Watercolour events from all over the world.
Readers’ competition: The results of our Winter theme contest.
Readers’ competition winner: Igor Sava
Readers’ competition runner-up: Egle Lipeikaite
Readers’ competition runner-up: Kai-Ting Sung
Technical guide by Janine Gallizia: Priming your potential.
Technical guide by Jacky Pearson: The complexity of colour.
Technical guide: White Nights Watercolours by Russian brand Nevskaya Palitra.


+ COLLECTOR #15 issue :

Russian artist Elena Bazanova honours the cover of our Summer issue with her poetic and rigorous flower and fruit still lifes.
From Russia to the American continent: dive into the wild with Carol Evans' water landscapes, be moved by José Apaza's psychological portraits.
Then head towards Asia: Chinmaya Panda shares his life as a young Indian artist, Huang Tie Shan explains how he achieves such atmospheric landscapes, and get to know some of the participants of the International Watercolour Society Contest for artists under 30.

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