Making a Start in Oriental Brush Painting

United Kingdom, 1988

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An introduction to this beautiful and absorbing art form. Kit Nicol, a talented watercolour artist shows the influence of her long interest in oriental art and culture and that the language of painting is universal. The various sections cover: starting to work, sitting position, brushstrokes, mastering of techniques, painting two subjects (roses and poppies) in full colour, and mounting and framing. Rated: G


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