Litercurious Book Review
|Title||Oil Painting: Oceans & Seascapes: Learn |
to Paint Step by Step (How to Draw & Paint)
|Publisher||Walter Foster Publishing; Revised |
ed. edition (March 3, 2020)
|ISBN # 10/13||1633228460 / 978-1633228467|
Martin Clarke, is a fine artist who specializes in seascapes and views. See more details by clicking on his name above
WHO IS THE TARGET AUDIENCE
Clarke’s Oil Painting: Oceans & Seascapes is written in the style of a self-help manual come tutorial. It hails from the renowned publisher Walter Foster. Whilst it is diminutive with only 40 pages in total, the information packed inside in conjunction with the attractive color plates and illustrations make it a jewel.
SYNOPSIS<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">If you have read enough Walter Foster books, the format will be familiar and welcome. As always, it is written and illustrated with ease of use built in. Within the pages are five quick and easy tutorials complete with methods to help improve your skills. There are step-by-step directions and plenty of ancillary information to assist the aspiring artist even further.
There is a brief introduction to color theory, brush techniques, and recommended palettes. Whilst it appears at first sight to be a tutorial best used by those new to painting in oil, the methods and advice enclosed would be helpful to even those of an intermediate level of expertise.
Sometimes less really is more. This is for those with the need for a quick to understand but highly accessible and informative read.
I would like to thank Martin Clarke, Net Galley, and Walter Foster Publishing for affording me the opportunity to review Oil Painting: Oceans & Seascapes: Learn to Paint Step by Step.