30 Minute Landscapes in Watercolour || Paul Talbot-Greaves

Now that this series is branching into subjects rather than media, its strengths are becoming more apparent. It’s not possible to deal with a subject comprehensively in a book of this size, nor is it possible to create a highly detailed painting in the timescale the titles imply, and that’s the whole point. These are very much overviews that provide easily followed introductions based on results rather than lengthy demonstrations.

Paul Talbot-Greaves has a pleasant, loose style that is well suited to the quick sketch and he manages to pack a lot into a short space including colour, tone, skies, mountains, water and buildings.

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