Architecture in Watercolor

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McGraw Hill, 1999 - Architecture - 238 pages
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Thomas Schaller, the foremost watercolorist in architecture in the world and winner of the prestigious Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize, has now revised and expanded his classic, award-winning Architecture in Watercolor for this paperback edition. Watercolor is enjoying a renaissance in architecture - because of its unsurpassed drama, emotion, and subtlety, and its marvelous painterly qualities. No medium excels watercolor's power to enhance competition entries and convey the qualities of unbuilt buildings. This book takes you through basic and advanced watercolor techniques, illustrated by the works of some of the medium's modern masters.

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Introduction to Watercolor
Early influences on Watercolor Perspectivism

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Thomas Wells Schaller (New York, N.Y.) is the principal of Schaller Architectural Illustration with a prestigious international clientele, past president of the American Society of Architectural Perspectivists, recipient of six honors from that Society, and a registered architect and member of the AIA. His award-winning work has been exhibited throughout the world. Schaller has lectured at Harvard, the Japanese Architectural Rendering Association, and

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