Title THE WATERCOLOUR ARTIST'S PALETTE: CHOOSING AND MIXING YOUR PAINTS.
Publisher Arum, London, 1988.
Seller ID 25032
80 pp, 11 1/4" H, hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1854105531 Colour illustrations. "Colour and colour mixing are the foundation of watercolour painting. Here is a guide which helps you to make an intelligent choice of which pigments to buy and s hows you how to create a rainbow of exciting colour codes. Part One: Colours of the Palette - A simple selection from the basic spectrum, describing some of the important characteristics which will be useful in helping you to create your own mi x e s . Part Two: Problems and Possibilities - Explores common queries from students and correspondents, including which colours bleed, which lift easily, layering different types of colours, finding good skin colour, an exploration of sky tones - -- a nd m uch, much more. Part Three: Colour Codes - A wide-ranging selection of colour mixes that you will want to use all the time, with careful suggestions about how the subtleties of modulating colours can be explored. Appendix - How to make yo ur own Co lour Codes, for use in the studio or out of doors." Front free endpaper has been removed. Dust jacket has very minor edge werinkling. Very Good/Very Good+