A widely cited resource on painting in the style of the old masters, this classic guide contains a wealth of insights for amateur and professional artists. Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst, one of the foremost artist/instructors of the early 20th century, presents a master's course in the science and technique of painting that encourages the use of traditional tools and methods.
Parkhurst's four-part treatment encompasses materials, general principles, technical principles, and practical applications. Topics include canvases, easels, brushes, paints, and other tools; attitude and originality; drawing, perspective, light and shade, composition, and color; and sketching, still life, flowers, portraits, landscapes, and figures. 64 illustrations enhance this informative manual.
Republication of the revised edition published by Lothrop, Lee & Shephard, Boston, 1930.
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|Author/Editor||Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst|
|Dimensions||5 3/8 x 8 1/2|