The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting || Suzanne Brooker

This thorough and comprehensive guide makes use of explanations, photographs, examples, exercises and demonstrations to teach ways to handle sky, terrain, trees and water.

As with a lot of Watson Guptill books, it’s something to sit down and read, rather than use as a workbook and the text involves quite a lot of discussion rather than simply prescriptive instruction. If you have little patience with that kind of thing, it’ll exasperate you. On the other hand, if you find a list of things to do limiting, you’ll be in your element here. It’s beautifully produced and a pleasure to handle.

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