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Watercolor Lettering

by Jessica Park

  • Hand lettering books continue to sell well, and watercolor is an increasingly popular niche
  • Author is a modern calligrapher with an Instagram following of over 150,000
  • Features over 200 full color, step-by-step...

  • Watercolor With Me

    by Dana Fox

    Unleash Your Creativity with 50 No-Sketch Watercolor Projects

    From a classic dogwood rose, to a sly fox, to feathers that take on a dreamy quality, you can create polished artwork in just a few easy steps—no...

    Watercolour Workshop

    by Ann Blockley

    An inspirational and practical art manual, packed with step-by-step projects.

    Artist Ann Blockley is renowned for her innovative approach to watercolour painting. Her highly anticipated new book provides a series...

    Paint Watercolor Flowers

    by Birgit O'Connor

    You can paint beautiful blooms, step by step!


    Sunflowers, orchids, daffodils, lilies...your brush can bring these and more to life with Paint Watercolor Flowers. Master watercolorist Birgit O'Connor guides...

    Guerrilla Kindness and Other Acts of Creative Resistance

    by Sayraphim Lothian

    #1 Amazon New Release ? Resistance Crafts

    Craftivism can be your voice of resistance: Craftivism is a non-threatening form of activism that gives people a voice when they feel voiceless and power where they...

    Botanical Art with Scientific Illustration

    by Sarah Jane Humphrey

    Botanical and scientific illustration share many common themes - the meticulous observation, the crucial composition, the precision of rendering and the accuracy of colour are all intrinsic to this niche genre...


    by Nathalia Brodskaïa

    The Post-Impressionist period was one of solitary painters; Gauguin, Sisley, Cézanne, Van Gogh etc… “There is no longer a unique school. There are a few groups, but even they break up constantly. All these...


    by Nathalia Brodskaïa

    Just before his death, Claude Monet wrote: “I’m still sorry to have been the cause of the name given to this group, most of whom were not in the least bit impressionistic”. Starting with this paradox –...

    Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

    by Nathalia Brodskaïa

    Impressionism is the most famous artistic movement. But what appears today as a charming and exquisite landscape painting, was actually one of the first avant-garde movements whose members had decided to fight...

    Renaissance Paintings

    by Victoria Charles

    In utter contrast to the obscurity of the medieval period which preceded it, the rapid and unexpected arrival of the Renaissance conquered Europe during the 14th to the 16th centuries. Placing man at its centre,...

    Puvis de Chavannes

    by Arsène Alexandre

    Pierre Puvis de Chavannes is not a very well-known artist. Famous throughout his life yetquickly forgotten by the history of art, his work remains little-studied in comparison tothe Impressionist masterpieces...


    by Natalia Brodskaya

    The Dada movement and then the Surrealists appeared in the First World War aftermath with a bang: revolution of thought, creativity, and the wish to break away from the past and all that was left in ruins. This...

    In Praise of Hands

    by Henri Focilon

    To speak about art is to evoke the hand of the creator who produced the work. It is to confer to its gestures the importance of thoughts and to explore their point of convergence on the canvas or the stone....

    Mexican Painting

    by Jean Charlot

    Mexican painting did not come to be internationally recognised until the early 20th century. It was the muralist movement, starting in the 1920s and strongly connected to the Mexican Revolution of the previous...

    1000 Watercolours of Genius

    by Viicttoriia Charlles

    The watercolour technique was for a long time the great companion to drawing. A mixture of water and pigments permitting great artistic freedom, it was often employed for preparatory sketches. Albrecht Dürer...

    Carl Larsson

    by Klaus H. Carl

    Slip into the idyllic world of turn-of-the-century, rural Sweden with this monograph dedicated to Carl Larsson, the national treasure whose delicate drawings and paintings proffer a vision of his enchanting...

    Architectural Illustration

    by Peter Jarvis

    This practical book looks at the fundamental principles that underpin the process of architectural illustration: to represent architectural design and the built environment in a way that the general public can...

    The Art of Creative Watercolor

    by Danielle Donaldson

    Welcome to your watercolor happy place!

    The world of Danielle Donaldson is as wondrous as a jar full of fireflies. Her whimsical illustrations are known for their offbeat color combinations, artful arrangements...

    Observations of a London Commuter

    by David Fawcett

    David Fawcett has spent over twenty years commuting to work in London from his home in Kent. His paintings depict the things, the people and the places he has seen during the thousands of hours he has spent...

    The Essence of Watercolour

    by Hazel Soan

    A paperback reissue Hazel Soan's classic practical art book.

    Hazel Soan is a well-known and popular artist and an enthusiastic and inspirational teacher.  In The Essence of Watercolour Hazel shows how wonderfully...