Watercolor Painting Step - by - Step
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Watercolor Painting Step-By-Step by Arthur L. Guptill is a primarily black-and-white book written in 1956. How does this book hold up as a reference in modern times? One might think that it's the technology that has changed in nearly sixty years. Surprisingly, much of what he writes is just the way it's always been. Watercolors are a classic activity and masterpieces were created centuries ago. We still use easels and brushes. We still create washes and use sponges to dab away at areas. If anything, it's lovely to see just how timeless this art form is.