How to Paint Atmospheric Landscapes in Acrylics

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 11 Apr 2017
Award-winning artist Fraser Scarfe's landscapes are firmly rooted in realism; stripped of imagined and inflated concepts of light and nature; and instead bursting with the unsentimental atmosphere and drama of reality. This book will help you learn to see with fresh eyes the landscape around you, and reveal that beauty in your own landscape work.

This book is a full and practical guide to all aspects of landscape painting, and is packed with inspiring finished artwork, advice and clear instruction from a master artist.
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ISBN-13: 9781782212836
ISBN-10: 1782212833
Pagini: 192
Dimensiuni: 216 x 279 x 20 mm
Greutate: 1.07 kg
Editura: Search Press
Colecția Search Press

Notă biografică

Born in Lincoln in 1986, Fraser Scarfe grew up in Lincolnshire and, after completing a foundation course in Art and Design, began his career as a landscape painter, drawing his inspiration from his Lincolnshire surroundings. In 2008, he was awarded the SAA 'Artist of the Year' award, and in the same year he was Artist in Residence at Lincoln Cathedral. His work has been exhibited in prestigious art galleries all over the UK, including the Prince's Drawing School Final Show at Christies, and is held in private collections in the UK, Europe and the USA.

Fraser aims to convey through paint the actual experience of being in a place, always trying to avoid the clichés and pitfalls inherent in landscape art. His practice is based upon a strong foundation in drawing and strict observation. He makes drawings in situ to capture the energy and dynamism of a place or experience, then uses these drawings to inform the painting process where, through the use of marks, texture and color, his aim is to create atmospheric but true representations of the landscape.