Leisure Painter Yesteryears
Articles from Leisure Painter taken from 1960's, 1970's and 1980's
How to paint
In the spring
In discussing the work of Charles Tunnicliffe, RA, Jean Parry-Williams gives full credit to the great influence that this talented painter has had on .
How to complete half hour watercolour studies to gain confidence and quicken your observation with Alwyn Crawshaw
Tony Paul's Colour Workshop
The author of this article is a well-known artist and a very keen motorist. For a long time he has wanted to combine these interests in a painting mot.
How To Paint
Norman Battershill gives the benefit of his long research into portraying all aspects of water in its many guises in this feature from the October
'I'm not, and never will be a professional - I paint because I love it' says Suzanne, Duchess of St. Albans, in this summer 1968 interview for Leisure.
No sentimentality, but merciless accuracy is the motif of Sir Cedric’s flower paintings;
Artist Wilfred Fairclough at Work
In The Spring
Lowry talks to Leisure Painter in the spring 1968 issue of Leisure Painter