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Title: The art of drawing in its various branches : exemplified in a course of twenty-eight progressive lessons, calculated to afford those who are unacquainted with the art, the means of acquiring a competent knowledge without the aid of a master : being the only work of the kind in which the principles of effect are explained in a clear, methodical, and at the same time familiar style
Year: 1827 (1820s)
Authors: Smith, Thomas, watercolorist Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper, publisher Clowes, William, 1779-1847, printer
Subjects: Drawing Watercolor painting Color
Publisher: London : Printed for Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Paternoster-Row
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
Digitizing Sponsor: Getty Research Institute
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Vh ON COLOURING LANDSCAPE. 65 town, which is seen in the extreme distance, is made ofNo. 2*, the first and second tint of the right handdistant trees and their reflections with No. 5; the firstand second tint of the left hand trees behind the bankwith No. 7; the first tint of the green bushes and grasswith Nos. 13 and 14, changing continually from one tothe other as in the copy, and bringing it downwards intothe water • the shade part of the boat, and its reflectionin the water, with No. 23; the thatch on the woodenhouse in the middle of the boat, together with the edgeand deck at the stern, with pure yellow ochre, changingoccasionally into raw umber; the lower part of the boat,with its reflection, is made of burnt siennaf; the flatwash of the water with No. 9, softened upwards, andthe nearest part of the bank with No. 20, changing it asit gets more distant to No. 19. The drawing is now in the same state as it is repre-sented in the first plate of the subject; in order to finishit t
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