More Wildlife Painting: Techniques of Modern Masters

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 1996 - Art - 144 pages
Contemporary masters of wildlife painting such as Carl Brenders, Alan M. Hunt, and John Seerey-Lester have achieved international recognition for their beautiful images of wild animals in their natural habitats. In this lavishly illustrated volume, these and other artists discuss the artistic techniques they have developed for rendering wildlife accurately and in remarkable detail. More Wildlife Painting: Techniques of Modern Masters offers an education in becoming both a keen observer of the natural world and a skilled technician with watercolors, acrylics, gouache, oils, pastels and other media. For this book, author Susan Rayfield interviewed ten outstanding artists about their working methods and careers. They generously provided her with many of the sketches, studies, and reference photographs that led to their finished paintings, offered numerous tips for other artists in the field, and shared their favorite stories of encounters with their wild subjects.

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Rayfield is an award-winning journalist and the author of several books on painting technique.

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