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Inventing the Landscape

£9.99

Product description

Very good condition with little to no wear. Dust jacket missing. Internally clean and bright. Binding strong.

This volume traces Richard Crozier's approach to landscape portraiture. It provides analyses of perception and landscape construction and colour, gives a description of the way atmosphere, light and seasonal changes affect the landscape, and explains how to approach painting at close range. Crozier then provides a personal visual travelogue which takes him on a painting journey across the United States, from the tropical greenery of Hawaii to the rocky coastline of Maine. The book concludes by covering elements of the studio, which include colour interpretation, comparisons of formal and informal painting decisions, painting as a metaphor, abstraction of space and realism.

Item details

Author(s):
Richard Crozier with Thomas Bolt
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0823025470
ISBN-13:
9780823025473
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Watson Guptill Publications
Title:
Inventing the Landscape from plain air study to studio painting

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Very good condition with little to no wear. Dust jacket missing. Internally clean and bright. Binding strong.

This volume traces Richard Crozier's approach to landscape portraiture. It provides analyses of perception and landscape construction and colour, gives a description of the way atmosphere, light and seasonal changes affect the landscape, and explains how to approach painting at close range. Crozier then provides a personal visual travelogue which takes him on a painting journey across the United States, from the tropical greenery of Hawaii to the rocky coastline of Maine. The book concludes by covering elements of the studio, which include colour interpretation, comparisons of formal and informal painting decisions, painting as a metaphor, abstraction of space and realism.

Author(s):
Richard Crozier with Thomas Bolt
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0823025470
ISBN-13:
9780823025473
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Watson Guptill Publications
Title:
Inventing the Landscape from plain air study to studio painting

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