Item description for How Did You Paint That?: 100 Ways to Paint Favorite Subjects (How Did You Paint That?) by Various...
From the best artists working in the world today comes an instructive and inspirational series--How Did You Paint That? Covering a spectrum of popular topics, this series provides beginning and advanced artist of all mediums with detailed examples of the myriad ways in which to portray the featured subject.
Each title includes 100 different interpretations of the topic, and each interpretation is accompanied by valuable firsthand feedback from the artist, including the colors and brushes used, along with the artist's methodology, challenges, and motivation. Readers will also find suggestions and exercises from the painters, allowing them to apply the lessons of masters to their own masterpieces.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.5" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 12, 2005
Publisher International Artist
ISBN 1929834462 ISBN13 9781929834464
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About the Editor Abraham Chapman was professor of English and Chairman of the American Literature survey courses at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. His writings include critical studies on American literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and book reviews for various leading periodicals. He was the author of The Negro in American Literature. In 1968, Professor Chapman received the Biennial College Language Association Creative Scholarship Award for his study The Harlem Renaissance in Literary History, published in CLA Journal.
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Disappointing book - not a how to May 16, 2008
This should be titled something like "Inspirations for Painters". It does not show technique, as the title implies. Each artist talks about their inspiration for the painting they create- but little else is discussed. I was greatly disappointed.