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colour values 116-17 complexion 114 feet 138-9

foreshortening 130-1 hands 132-3 legs 136-7 limited colour 124-5 movement 128-9 perspective 130-1 proportion 118-19 sitter's co-operation 114 step-by-step 140-3 tones, light and dark 120-1

Ingres paper 11, 26, 28, 46 Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique 196

ink 11, 15, 92, 102 basics 22-5 dip pen, holding 12 landscape 92 still life 64

Jawlensky, Alexei 204 jug 59

Kandinsky, Vasily 205 Keane, John 126

Klee, Paul 203 Kokoschka, Oskar 25 K'un Ts'an 92

landscape basics 50-1 composition 78-9 depth 78

different mediums 92-3 distance 78 familiar places 80-1 flowers 86 frame 50 holiday scene 85 larger spaces 82-3 leaves 86 plants 86

pleasure of painting 93 seaside scene 85 step-by-step 94-7 townscape 25, 84, 203 trees 87, 88 viewpoints 90-1 water 88-9 Lempicka, Tamara de 172 light and distance 41 lighting 42-3

Manet, Edouard 186 materials 10-11 Matisse, Henri 187 mediums 10-11 metal kettle 62 methodical approach 66-7 Miro, Joan 206 Monet, Claude 88, 90, 93, 200

Nolde, Emil 86

O'Keefe, Georgia 199

Palmer, Eugene 127 paper 11

pastels animals 103 basics 26-9 coloured 26-7 hard 10, 26-7 landscape 93 soft 10, 26-7 still life 65, 68-9 stumps 10-11 pencil work basics 18-21 coloured pencils 10 human figure 122-3 still life 64 texture 20-1 pens 10, 11, 22, 24-5, 32 perspective aerial 40-1 human figure 130-1 one point 36-7 two point 38-9 Picasso, Pablo 21, 53, 124-5, 196

Piero della Francesca 173, 184 portraits basics 144-5 chin 159

ears 157, 159 eyebrows 156 eyes 156, 158 faces, basics 52 facial expressions 154-5 facial features 144, 156-9 forehead 159 hairline 157

head from different angles 146-9

head proportions 146-7 head shape and structure 144

lips 157, 159 mouth 156, 159 noses 157, 158 poses 160-1 stages 150-3 step-by-step 162-5 tonal values 144

Ravilious, Eric 81 Raysse, Martial 196 Rembrandt van Rijn 182 Renoir, Pierre-Auguste 29 Rousseau, Henri 108, 110-13

spectacles, pair of 58 still life complex groups 66-9 composition 56, 66-9 different mediums 64-5 fruit 44-7, 63 groups of objects 44-9, 61 large objects 72-3 materiality 62-3 pastel 68-9 settings 70-1 simple objects 58-60 single objects 58-60 step-by-step 74-7 Stubbs, George 103 sunrise 190 sunset 190, 200

Tintoretto, Jacopo 188 Tissot, James 201 Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de 21 townscape 25, 84 underground station 203

Vallotton, Felix 189 Van Gogh, Vincent 197 Veronese, Paolo 181 Vuillard, Edouard 186

watercolour basics 30-33 bird 106 fox 107

garden scene 32-3 sharp-edged approach 34-5 soft-edged approach 32-3 still life 65 Venetian scene 34-5 wetting the paper 45 Wesselmann, Tom 198 Whistler, James McNeil 122, 161

Wright, Joseph 89

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