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THE WATERCOLOURS OF DAVID KEITH
THE MYSTICAL POETRY OF ANNABEL DAVIES
HOW TO PAINT THE FARM LESSON 2, PAGE 3
Let's Start with the Sky...
The sky should set the entire atmosphere of the scene
Blue patches of sky and summer cumulus cloud improve the warmth of the scene
Here, fine slashed lines in the sky give the impression of strong winds
Exciting storm clouds gathered above this Suffolk barge while I sat on the edge of the river to paint.
The tide mill at Woodbridge
These illustrations of Paris street lamps for a book lent themselves to being set against dramatic skies.
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