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Learn to Paint: Coastal Landscapes


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Learn to Paint: Coastal Landscapes by Ray Balkwill
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Learn to paint coastal landscapes with Ray Balkwill and achieve the success you have always wanted! This practical, easy-to-follow book offers beginners expert tuition in all the essential aspects of painting - plus the encouragement and information you need to progress in your favourite subject and take your painting further. This is a new title in Collins' recently relaunched 'Learn to Paint' series. It features many step-by-step exercises and demonstration paintings of seascapes in watercolour, gouache, oils and pastels. Ray Balkwill is a popular artist and well-respected teacher, whose speciality is painting seascapes, estuaries, boats and harbours.

Author Biography

Ray Balkwill is a popular artist who teaches painting to art clubs all over the UK. He is a regular contributor to 'The Artist' magazine and author of 'Watercolour Plus'. He has been featured on TV South West.
Release date NZ
March 6th, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations, color
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