Title: Composition of Outdoor Painting - Edgar Payne
Author(s): Edgar Payne
"The principles [Edgar Payne] developed...were to be captured in his book, 'Composition of Outdoor Painting,' that provides instruction on both the techniques of landscape art and what he considered equally important, its proper motivation." "...The text that follows is a skillful balance of rules of harmonious composition with a sensitive respect for individual creativity and aesthetic judgment..." Rena Coen, from The Paynes, Edgar and Elsie: American Artists
7 x 9
Number of Pages: 169
Number of Photos: 121
Number of Color Photos: 49
Fifth Edition, first printing of the original 1941 publication. Many added color plates and a new addenda by Evelyn Payne Hatcher. A must for art collectors, dealers, teachers and artists. Jean Stern of the Irvine Museum, in his lectures on Early California painters, speaks with reverence regarding the artistic insight and teaching quality of this noted California artist.
Available through DeRus Fine Art Books, 9100 E. Artesia Boulevard, Bellflower, CA 90706. TEl: 562-920-1312.
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