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Painters Progress

£4.99

Product description

Painters Progress
From the blurb:''The complete and comprehensive way to learn drawing and painting, with easy-to-follow lessons that show in step-by-step detail all the basic techniques for handling pencil, charcoal, watercolour and oil paints, covering all the subjects art students take in their first year at school. Over 1000 illustrations in colour and black and white make the twelve lessons a pleasure to look at with historical examples, student do's and don'ts, equipment, materials, techniques, exercises, and hundreds of projects to do at your own pace, each planned to show some aspect of the varied and visual world of the creative imagination.''

This book is in good condition. The spine of the book is still in great condition.The cover and first few pages may be discoloured slightly.


The authors: Ian Simpson, Tom Robb and Fred Cuming
Editor: Ian Simpson

This edition published 1983 by Book Club Associates with Allen Lane/Penguin
First published 1983

Condition: good

Item details

Author(s):
Ian Simpson, Tom Robb and Fred Cuming
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
520
Publisher:
Book Club Associates
Title:
Painters Progress

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About this item

Painters Progress
From the blurb:''The complete and comprehensive way to learn drawing and painting, with easy-to-follow lessons that show in step-by-step detail all the basic techniques for handling pencil, charcoal, watercolour and oil paints, covering all the subjects art students take in their first year at school. Over 1000 illustrations in colour and black and white make the twelve lessons a pleasure to look at with historical examples, student do's and don'ts, equipment, materials, techniques, exercises, and hundreds of projects to do at your own pace, each planned to show some aspect of the varied and visual world of the creative imagination.''

This book is in good condition. The spine of the book is still in great condition.The cover and first few pages may be discoloured slightly.


The authors: Ian Simpson, Tom Robb and Fred Cuming
Editor: Ian Simpson

This edition published 1983 by Book Club Associates with Allen Lane/Penguin
First published 1983

Condition: good

Author(s):
Ian Simpson, Tom Robb and Fred Cuming
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
520
Publisher:
Book Club Associates
Title:
Painters Progress

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