Painting the Impressionist Landscape: Lessons in Interpreting Light and Color

by Lois Griffel

Hardcover, 1994

Call number

751.4 GRI

Collection

Publication

Watson-Guptill (1994), Edition: First Edition, 144 pages

Description

Master Impressionism with an art-instruction classic. Impressionism has inspired generations of American artists. And no one has done more for the cause of American Impressionism than Charles Hawthorne, the founder of the Cape Cod School of Art. In Painting the Impressionist Landscape, author and artist Lois Griffel explores Hawthorne’s theories about color and light in depth. Griffel, the longtime director of the school Hawthorne founded, teaches his philosophy like no other painter can, with inspiring step-by-step painting lessons and illuminating text. A true classic of art instruction, Painting the Impressionist Landscape has sold more than 30,000 copies in hardcover in the fifteen years since it was first published. Now a new generation of painters can bring impressionism into their work with this convenient and affordable paperback edition.… (more)

Pages

144

ISBN

0823095193 / 9780823095193
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