A Place for Nash - Skylight Landscape written by David Prentice in 1997

To accompany the July 2014 'In View - The Artist Recommends' news story, read David Prentice's 1997 article about his discovery of the attic viewpoint.

Aspects of Oil Painting with Leonard Greaves written for The Artist in 1949

In Leonard Greaves wrote a six-part series on aspects of oil painting for The Artist. Here we bring you part I in which he introduces the reader.

Miss Dorothea Sharpe, RBA, ROI writes about oil painting for The Artist in 1931

The first article in the first issue of The Artist in March 1931 by Dorothea Sharpe on oil painting. Dorothea produced six articles for the magazine i.

Qualities of Watercolour Medium - a look at tone with artist Rowland Hilder

Rowland Hilder writes on the meaning of tone and on seeing the subject in terms of simple tone areas, in the first of three articles written for The A.

The Romance of Steam with Ken Howard from the June 1984 issue of The Artist

As a young train-spotter, Ken Howard grew up with steam engines. Those vivid boyhood memories are rekindled when he goes to paint the flourishing rail.

Watercolour Through The Seasons with Edward Wesson - Summer

The second part in a series by Edward Wesson which featured in The Artist in in which Wesson looked at watercolour painting through the seasons.