Cezanne (Ready to Paint) || Michael Sanders

If you want to recreate the work of Paul Cezanne in acrylics, this is the book for you. The Ready to Paint series works well when it’s subject-based, but I have to admit that I fail to see its appeal when applied to the Old Masters. It could be argued that it’s the modern application of the Atelier method, and I’d agree that you can learn a certain amount by copying. However, I’m not sure that having pre-drawn tracings really helps on that score. If I’m missing the point and this is the approach for you, then it works and you won’t need any prompting to explore it further.

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