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Mark Churchill (Consultant Editor)
History & Criticism
Chartwell Books Inc; 1St Edition edition (1982)
160 pages
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Authors : Churchill, Mark. Title : Paint Your Own Masterpiece.

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  • playboy
I only want paintings I can enjoy on my walls, and I only want to put pigment to surface for my own enjoyment. I'm not interested in the techniques of Masters (I already know, that's why I got a degree in Art History), I only want to own the images I like without paying those pesky millions to art dealers. I like this book because it helps me with that very desire--to have without paying.
  • Thetath
I have a slightly newer edition of this book, but I really enjoyed it. While it does not provide an in-depth analysis of every painter's techniques (you just can't provide that kind of detail for thirty artists in only 160 pages), by following the techniques described, such as using a graph to produce the drawing and a grisaille for the underpainting and how to glaze, I wound up with a fair replication of a work by Vermeer, improved my painting skills from the copying experience, and plan to try my hand at copying several of the other paintings.
  • Gerceytone
the authors use pictures of original masterpieces and try to copy them.

if you expect to read about techniques that were used in the original paintings you are wrong. if you think the authors would explain the styles of the original paintings and how they achieved it, you are wrong again.

in fact there is nothing in this book which could help you with painting in any way. all the explanations go like: first paint the background, then paint the face. now put the highlights on the face. never anything useful at all!

the only reason why it earned this one star is because the pictures of the famous original paintings are fine and there is a small biography of the artist for each of them.

anyway - if you want pictures and biographies, please buy another book!