The Artist's Handbook

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DK Pub., 2003 - Art - 384 pages
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Fully restyled and revised for the twenty-first century artist. The Artist's Handbook is packed with information on the traditional art methods of drawing, painting, and printmaking together with significant modern art techniques such as digital photography, digital printing, and digital image manipulation. Encompasses all the tools, materials and skills of the artist's craft. This is the definitive reference guide for amateurs and proficient, conventional and progressive artists alike.

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im 12 years old and i was looking around my school library and i saw this book. its so cool. and its so intersting. One of the best ive read, i mean it gives you these tips and their so use ful!!
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An excellent beginner's introduction to various media and their basic uses; the section on health and safety was also extremely useful, as the section on pigments was interesting. Read full review

Contents

PAINTING
118
PRINTMAKING
229
CONSERVATION AND FRAMING
327
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Smith is an award-winning artist who teaches at prestigious UK institutions including the Chelsea School of Art and Exeter Art College.

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