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Drawing and Painting Fungi - An Artists Guide to Finding and Illustrating Mushrooms and Lichens - cover

Drawing and Painting Fungi - An Artists Guide to Finding and Illustrating Mushrooms and Lichens

Claire Kathleen Ward

Publisher: The Crowood Press

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Summary

This comprehensive book delves into the magical and secretive world of fungi and lichens. It includes a thorough guide to the safe collection and identification of wild specimens and explains how to draw and paint them in the field and the studio, in sketchbooks and finished artworks with line, form, texture, tone, colour and composition all in mind. With over 350 illustrations, this book is an essential companion for mycophiles, artists, illustrators and journallers, as well as all those who love nature.
Available since: 02/26/2024.
Print length: 176 pages.

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