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Articles from Leisure Painter taken from 1960's, 1970's and 1980's

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Edward Wesson discusses his methods when painting in oils on-the-spot The Artist Magazine, Painting Snow, Titanium White, Pen Sketch, Creatures, Illustration, Animals, Animaux, Illustrations

Out and about with oils by Edward Wesson

Edward Wesson discusses his methods when painting in oils on-the-spot

The author encourages the student to examine trees more closely in order to use them successfully in painting compositions Touch Of Gray, Green And Grey, Cooking With Olive Oil, Grey Clouds, Healthy People 2020 Goals, Watercolour Painting, Flower Art, Artist, Nature

Watercolour painting with J. Fletcher Watson

The author encourages the student to examine trees more closely in order to use them successfully in painting compositions

Brian Gallagher explores the detailed subject matter to be found in any landscape Vanishing Point, Pencil Drawings, Landscape Paintings, Medium, Art, Art Background, Kunst, Gcse Art, Pencil Art

The medium of pencil by Brian Gallagher, Part 2

Brian Gallagher explores the detailed subject matter to be found in any landscape

The author stirs our enthusiasm for regular sketching. Life Drawing, Figure Drawing, Invention Of Photography, Object Drawing, Friends Show, Watercolor Paper, Great Artists, Pet Birds, Sketching

Sketching with John Greensmith

The author stirs our enthusiasm for regular sketching.

Ray Campbell Smith tackles the problems of scale and proportion. Watercolor Sky, Traditional Art, Art School, Landscape Paintings, Scale, Explore, Weighing Scale, School Of Arts, Balance Sheet

Problems with scale and proportion, Ray Campbell Smith

Ray Campbell Smith tackles the problems of scale and proportion.

Kate Delhanty breaks an oil painting down into four stages for us and describes her working procedure. Small Paintings, Dried Flowers, Colours, Make It Yourself, Fruit, Drawings, Flower Preservation, Drawing, Paintings

Fruit and flowers with a painting knife by Kate Delhanty

Kate Delhanty breaks an oil painting down into four stages for us and describes her working procedure.

Frank Sherwin stimulates our powers of observation in the portrayal of water subjects. River Bank, Out To Sea, Majorca, Watercolor Landscape, Fishing Boats, Monet, Reflection, Waves, Painters

Painting water and reflections by Frank Sherwin

Frank Sherwin stimulates our powers of observation in the portrayal of water subjects.

Drawing With Charcoal Sketching with Charcoal, Crayons and Pencils by Robin Capon, taken from the October 1997 issue of Leisure Painter Charcoal Sketch, Crayons, Sketching, Robin, October, Pencil, Portrait, Drawings, Pastels

Sketching with Charcoal, Crayons and Pencils

One from our archives - Sketching with Charcoal, Crayons and Pastels by Robin Capon

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 . Ladybird Books, Royal College Of Art, London Art, Wildlife, Birds, Drawings, Sketch Books, Artist, Gull

The Painter’s Influence - the work of Charles Tunnicliffe, RA

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 Landscape Sketch, Watercolor Landscape Paintings, Watercolour Tutorials, Watercolor Sketch, Seascape Paintings, Watercolor Print, Watercolour Painting, Painting & Drawing, Watercolours

The Value of Half Hour Watercolour Studies

How to complete half hour watercolour studies to gain confidence and quicken your observation with Alwyn Crawshaw

Tony Paul's Colour Workshop Health And Safety, Art Tips, Workshop, Colour, Painting, Color, Atelier, Painting Art, Colors

Tony Paul's Colour Workshop

Tony Paul reviews the health and safety aspects of paints and painting in the final part of a ten-part series on colour from 1994. This article also i...

How to Achieve a Painting-Motoring Holiday in Brittany - taken from the September 1971 issue of Leisure Painter Brittany, September, Holiday, Artist, Painting, Vacations, Painting Art, Bretagne, Paintings

How to Achieve a Painting-Motoring Holiday in Brittany

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...

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 Painting Tutorials, Painting Techniques, Art Tutorials, Watercolor Pencils, Watercolors, Watercolor Painting, Painting & Drawing, Pastel Drawing, Process Art

How to Paint and Draw Water

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 198...

Successful Amateur Artist - The Duchess of St. Albans from the summer 1968 issue of Leisure Painter St Albans, Art Gallery, Success, Birds, Artist, Summer, Painting, Art Museum, Summer Time

Successful Amateur Artist - The Duchess of St. Albans

'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...

An interview with Sir Cedric Morris, Flower Painter and Naturalist, in 1970 Jasmine Rose, Flower Paintings, Garden Art, Flora, Interview, Watercolor, Ink, Paintings Of Flowers, Pen And Wash

Sir Cedric Morris, Flower Painter and Naturalist

No sentimentality, but merciless accuracy is the motif of Sir Cedric’s flower paintings; Jasmine Rose-Innes reports.

Artist Wilfred Fairclough at Work Painters, Japan, Artist, Okinawa Japan, Artists

Artist Wilfred Fairclough at Work

Wilfred Fairclough, R.E., R.W.S., Principal of Kingston College of Art, takes you through the various stages of a water­colour, up to the finished pai...