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  1. says:

    I love the scope gorgeous artwork and descriptions of techniues featured in PAINTING MASTERCLASS The colorful 288 page book is a lovely intro to the greatest artists especially useful for neophytes but would appeal to anyone who loves visual art Organized by genre with two pages per painting it works not as a comprehensive guide but rather a beautiful instructive overview Highly recommended Pub Date 28 May 2019Thanks to

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    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸 The tradition of painting is extraordinarily rich in imagination invention and skill and long after its advent it still lies at the heart of art practice inspiring generations of artists

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    For someone as ham fisted as I and for someone who was put off art at school by an awful teacher how can you see three sides of a gravestone er cubism woman this seems like a great volume to teach some art techniues It doesn't seem like the

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    This is a fantastically put together art book showcasing many great artists their works and techniuesYou also learn uite a bit of background information about the artists themselves their habits and reasonsinspirations for their paintingsI loved the little extra explanations below the main text and pictures for studying purposesGr

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    Painting Masterclass looked at 100 paintings by 100 different artists spanning the last 500 years The paintings used different styles from realism to abstraction and different materials watercolor gouache tempera fresco oils acrylic etc The author pointed out things an artist might learn and use from each of these different paintings but this was art history and appreciation than art instruction You can pick u

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    When I was in high school Art History was my favorite elective so it was with great excitement that I reuested this book in netgalley It easily managed to surpass my expectations This book is broken down to sections by the subject o

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    5 starsNote I received this book via Netgalley This is my honest review I have always loved and appreciated art and always wanted to be a painter Last winter I finally decided to stop making excuses and become the artist I wanted to be So I started teaching myself to paint I read watched videos explored museums

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    Painting Masterclass by Susie Hodge is a thorough informative and extensive art book covering many different topics from the basics of color media paintbrushes and other tools used by artists to create masterpieces This introductio

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    Painting Masterclass is a great art history and an instructional on how to book for artists In addition too beautiful paintings it covers color theory and perspective while discussing the artists that first used these techniues in the pastThe book is organized by painting type nudes landscape still life figure and abstractions There are helpful insights to be gained in all styles of painting I found this book both edu

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    I found this to be somewhat unusual providing information about painting techniues and as the title states by viewing the works of 100 great artists It goes into some detail about the subject of each work the colours used composition etc I would say it's about art history than techniue though so while it might not be suitable for the budding artist who wishes to learn step by step it is nevertheless a most interesting general i

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review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Susie Hodge

Painting Masterclass

Like having 100 of the world’s greatest painters at your side giving you their own personal tips and advice – Painting Masterclass examines 100 paintings from art history the way they were made what they do well and how and what we can learn from them   Throughout the history of painting one of the best ways in which many great painters have developed their own personal approaches has been by copying other artists’ work Learning from great artists helps to encourage a discerning eye as well as an understanding of colour materials and perspective and can inspire further innovation With the detailed analyses and instructive creative tips sections in this book you can learn how to convey movement For someone as ham fisted as I and for someone who was put off art at school by an awful teacher how can you see three sides of a gravestone er cubism woman this seems like a great volume to teach some art techniues It doesn t seem like the typical art class either for it takes several pages to start to get to mentioning us the reader and what we might do And in fact it does focus on what others did that we might perchance want to copy expand on or riff off Therefore we get 100 major artworks all analysed and discussed in ways helpful to the imitator So whether the benefit of looking at a classic painting be a discussion of its layout shading form or complete lack of clarity we see enough of art history to appease the person interested in that and also gain a few suggestions backed up I guess by the author s own produced demonstrations for how things might look if we were to give them a go As I imply nothing will inspire me again to pick up a palette and get stuck in but even a lay observer could tell you that this is a very assuring way to see the potential in all brush wielders For having what I can only judge is an accurate and all encompassing authority and what is to me at least a decently novel approach this gets highest marks Day of Independence (Bad Men of the West, the world’s greatest painters at your side giving you A Bookmarked Death (Delhi Laine Mystery their own personal Card Concepts tips and advice – Painting Masterclass examines 100 paintings from art history Schadenfreude the way Emotional Victory they were made what Still Life with Woodpecker they do well and how and what we can learn from Bo Knows Bo them   Throughout Gender and Food the history of painting one of Radio Silence the best ways in which many great painters have developed Finer Women their own personal approaches has been by copying other artists’ work Learning from great artists helps Knitting Sweaters from the Top Down to encourage a discerning eye as well as an understanding of colour materials and perspective and can inspire further innovation With Dog Lady and the Cuban Swimmer: Two One-Act Plays the detailed analyses and instructive creative Crazy Horses Girlfriend tips sections in Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium this book you can learn how Hannah Has Two Mommies to convey movement For someone as ham fisted as I and for someone who was put off art at school by an awful Child Support teacher how can you see 777 the Lost Blood three sides of a gravestone er cubism woman Know My Name this seems like a great volume Abandoned Alice to Map My Heart teach some art Scandal techniues It doesn The Fashion Condition t seem like Embellish Me the The Snakehead typical art class either for it Painting Beautiful Skin Tones with Color & Light takes several pages The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, to start Truly Wilde to get VEGAN ganz anders to mentioning us Albert Reynolds the reader and what we might do And in fact it does focus on what others did An Infamous Army (Alastair, that we might perchance want Score! 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Like Degas apply acrylic like Twombly and command colour like Matisse With paintings comprising a broad variety of styles approaches and materials the book studies the techniues of many of the greatest painters who have worked across the globe from the 15th to the 21st centuries using watercolour gouache tempera fresco oils encaustic and mixed media including Titian Francisco Goya Gustave Courbet Georges Seurat Edvard Munch Paul Gauguin Gustav Klimt Amedeo Modigliani Jenny Saville Caravaggio Egon Schiele Michelangelo Buonarroti Paul Klee Claude Monet Edward Hopper Georgia O’Keeffe Leonardo da Vinci Marlene Dumas Mary Cassatt Frida Kahlo Marc Chagall Sandro Botticelli and Jackson Pollock   Perfect f This is a fantastically put together art book showcasing many great artists their works and techniuesYou also learn uite a bit of background information about the artists themselves their habits and reasonsinspirations for their paintingsI loved the little extra explanations below the main text and pictures for studying purposesGreat for any beginner or advanced artist or just as coffee table book or presentThank you Netgalley for providing me with a copy

review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Susie Hodge

Or students as well as professional painters and with a broad historical and global reach this book is an indispensable introduction to the rich history and practice of paintingOrganized by genre nudes figures landscapes still lifes heads fantasy and abstractionIncludes practical tips and advice allowing you to weave some of the great artists’ magic into your own workSelected masterpieces serve as perfect examples of a particular uality in painting light and shade rhythm form space contour and composition are all covered in detailExplores each artist’s creative vision describing how they made the artworkUse it as a guide a confidence booster a workbook a companion – or simply admire the painting 5 starsNote I received this book via Netgalley This is my honest review I have always loved and appreciated art and always wanted to be a painter Last winter I finally decided to stop making excuses and become the artist I wanted to be So I started teaching myself to paint I read watched videos explored museums and public art What always find I come back to is the masterpieces the classics This book is my holy grail of informationI don t want to gush but I kind of will I loved everything about this book It was easy to get through many art books can be overly pretentious or scholarly and lose the fun of it all This book focuses on only 100 artists and breaks the book into easy to digest sectionsThe sections are NudesFiguresLandscapeStill LifeHeadsFantasyAbstractionThere is a lovely tips and techniue part as well as a section devoted to basic materials and basic techniues for paintingI appreciated that I was not only given art history but insight into the process of each piece We are educated in techniue and told to go out and copy from these masters Learn grow and expand from their workThis book would make a fantastic gift for any artist or a lovely coffee table book The paintings inside are beautiful

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Painting Masterclass
  • Susie Hodge
  • en
  • 20 March 2019
  • 9780711241251