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Draw gorgeous portraits of your favorite pets! Turn your candid snapshots into remarkable artwork that truly captures the personality of your cherished animals. In Drawing Realistic Pets from Photographs you'll find foolproof instruction that will have you creating impressive drawings in no time. Don't let a lack of natural artistic ability or drawing experience discourage you. Best-selling author and longtime art instructor Lee Hammond can teach... more...

Discover the no-fear, all-fun way to paint family pets, barnyard animals, woodland critters and exotic creatures!Paint Realistic Animals in Acrylic With Lee HammondWhat do you get when you combine the ever-popular subject of animals, the user-friendly medium of acrylic, and the friendly, encouraging teaching style of Lee Hammond? A simple and fun way to start painting your favorite animals in a charming, realistic style! No previous experience? No... more...


Rock-art - the ancient images which still scatter the rocky landscapes of Europe - is a singular kind of archaeological evidence. Fixed in place, it does not move about as artefacts as trade objects do. Enigmatic in its meaning, it uniquely offers a direct record of how prehistoric Europeans saw and envisioned their own worlds. European Landscapes of Rock-Art provides a number of case studies, covering arange of European locations including Ireland,... more...

Priscilla Hauser has earned her title as the world’s “First Lady of decorative painting.” Her efforts to educate and inspire began in 1972 with the founding of the National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters and continues strong today. Here, the bestselling author applies her decades of experience to show crafters how to make a big impact on a small canvas. She starts with painting basics, including proper techniques for brushstrokes, and... more...


Structured and practical in approach, this unique resource includes numerous exercises that will help students learn proper painting techniques from the start. An initial introduction addresses the basic aspects of watercolor painting, while later sections challenge artists to develop sketches, studies, and eventually full works. Twelve demonstration pictures are accompanied by step-by-step instructions that pinpoint the use of key techniques and... more...

Banish boring watercolors forever! This guide gives you the "power tools" you need to transform dull, flat landscapes into robust, colorful expressions of your artistic vision. Each chapter focuses on a specific strategy for tackling tough challenges, complete with inspiring examples, hands-on demonstrations and instructional diagrams to make these strategies easy and fun to learn. Following this guide's masterful visual instruction,... more...

Nineteenth-century French and English paintings, drawings, and oil sketches -- works by such great artists as Courbet, Constable, Delacroix, Gericault, Corot, Rousseau, Couture, and Daubigny -- are presented in this interesting book, a documentation of some of the holdings of Karen B. Cohen, a noted New York collector. Because they have been held for so long in private hands, most of the works in this collection are little known, and many are published... more...

Learn to draw remarkably realistic animals step by step Inside this beautiful, comprehensive book, accomplished artist Linda Weil shows readers how to capture the personality and character of a range of animals, from a magnificent elephant to a cuddly koala to a group of mischievous meerkats. The 64-page book introduces readers to tools and materials, as well as basic drawing and shading techniques, before delving into a... more...

In this richly illustrated volume, featuring more than fifty black-and-white illustrations and a beautiful eight-page color insert, Barbara Novak describes how for fifty extraordinary years, American society drew from the idea of Nature its most cherished ideals. Between 1825 and 1875, all kinds of Americans--artists, writers, scientists, as well as everyday citizens--believed that God in Nature could resolve human contradictions, and that nature... more...