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Bankside Gallery 48 Hopton Street SE1.

020 7928 7521 www.banksidegallery.comJuliet Wood: A Human Touch; paintings and oil pastels, July 3 to 14.

British Museum Great Russell Street WC1.

020 7323 8299 www.britishmuseum.orgEdward Munch: Love and Angst; until July 21.

The World Exists to Be Put on a Postcard; artists’ postcards from 1960 to now, until August 4.

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road SE21.

020 8693 5254; Edge; printmaking during the interwar years, June 19 to September 8.

The Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square WC1.

020 7841 3600; & the Art of Noise; exploring the way Hogarth orchestrated sounds of London, until September 1.

The Gallery 54 Shepherd’s Market W1.

Jean Playfair Evans (1874- 1956); over 100 watercolours featuring London during the war, Italy, Sicily, Switzerland and New York, July 8 to 14.

Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert 38 Bury Street W1.

020 7839 7600

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About The Artist

Welcome to the summer issue of The Artist packed with articles by top professional artists and tutors to inspire, inform and help develop your technical and creative skills in all media. This month James Bartholomew discusses how he seeks to create more dynamic paintings using mixed-media techniques. Watercolourists will enjoy Aine Divine's demonstration showing how to paint a side profile portrait and Trevor Waugh's focus on how to capture flowers quickly using lost-and-found edge techniques. John Threlfall explains why pastels are ideal for capturing wildlife subjects and working in the field. There are also demonstrations and practical articles on how to add interest to your landscape foregrounds, capture a seasonal field of rapeseed, paint realistic-looking strawberries in acrylics and how to select the right colours and paint big summer skies. Plus we include articles on painting self-portraits, keeping a sketchbook , working on handmade linen boards, how to protect your work online, what you can and can't do about copyright issues, and more.