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The Artist is the must-have practical art magazine for passionate painters everywhere - packed with articles to inspire artists of all levels. The Artist magazine offers the ultimate hub for anyone interested in traditional art techniques, bringing together an exciting mix of expert advice, artist profiles, masterclasses and art projects all in one place.


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The Artist  |  November 18  


There's a definite seasonal theme in this month's issue as we say goodbye to the UK summer and our contributing artists turn to working with a more autumnal palette in watercolour (Ian Sidaway and cover artist Paul Talbot-Greaves), and pastel (David Allen), whilst Geoff Hunt shows how it's possible to paint watercolours in the rain. Mixed-media enthusiasts will love the demonstrations by Chris Forsey and Soraya French, who shows how to create exciting textures in acrylic landscapes, whilst Robert Dutton urges us to embrace our 'mistakes' as we develop our creativity. For more detailed painting styles, be inspired by Lucy McKie's intricate paintings, and Tim Gustard's photorealist approach to creating the illusion of glass objects. We also include articles on line and wash techniques, 16 invaluable tips from female members of the Royal Watercolour Society, advice on painting the sea and sky in watercolour, how to create a strong focal point, and develop a style of our own. Plus, study our additional 16-page Art Courses & Holidays supplement for great ideas for some personal art tuition in the UK or overseas!

Since it’s launch in 1931, The Artist has become Britain’s longest-established practical art magazine with a long-standing history of inspiring both amateur and professional artists. Following a demise in teaching traditional drawing and painting skills in art schools, The Artist steps in as the perfect teacher of artistic skills and techniques in all media and subject matter.


Throughout the pages of The Artist magazine, you’ll find essential information on creating art in different mediums, forms and styles. Every month, enjoy a magazine delivered directly to the device that’s packed with must-read features from ‘how to’ articles with image examples to help you refine your style and technique, to informative guides on working with different materials such as pencils, chalk, oil paints and watercolour.


Don’t miss out on inspiring interviews that provide a sneak-peek into the tried and tested methods of leading professional artists, alongside masterclasses and practical features from popular artists such as  Judi Whitton, Glyn Macey and Tom Robb.


Looking to keep up-to-date with the latest news from the art scene? The Artist has got you covered, with regular updates on the latest art materials available, plus the must-see exhibitions and events to attend across the country. 

The Artist digital magazine subscription is a must-have for passionate artists of all levels - download the latest magazine to your device and enjoy all of the following today!

  • Art projects and practical painting exercises designed to improve painting technique
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  • Useful tips on the business side of being an artist and selling your work
  • Art news and reviews
  • Illustrations and paintings from both fellow readers and famous artists
     

 


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   Great value for money Reviewed Tuesday, February 17, 2015
I can't believe how much is packed into one magazine. There is something for everyone whatever your favourite medium.
   Simply the best Reviewed Sunday, November 25, 2012
This mag is a must buy for all inspiring artists no matter what your level

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in The Artist November 18.

WELCOME from the editor This summer I had the pleasure of visiting an amazingly extravagant architectural palace built by King Ludwig II and saw first-hand how the old, in this case a 19thcentury edifice, and contemp...
THE ARTWORLD NEWS, VIEWS, INFORMATION AND SPECIAL EVENTS IN THE ART WORLD compiled by Jane Stroud Margaret Walty Epiphyllums, acrylic on board, 161⁄2*231⁄2in (42*59.5cm) The Shapes of...
EXHIBITIONS GALLERY OPENING TIMES AND EXHIBITION DATES CAN VARY; IF IN DOUBT, PHONE TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT LONDON Bankside Gallery 48 Hopton Street SE1. ☎020 7928 7521 www.banksidegallery.com ...
The Hepworth Wakefield Self-portrait As Sad Reinhardt, oil on linen, 471⁄4x391⁄2in (120x100cm). The abstract-formalist idea is, essentially, reductive: what can I get rid of (narrative, meaning, colou...
SUBSCRIBE TO THE ARTIST Enjoy over 1,000 pages of inspiration, artistic insight and practical help with an annual subscription to The Artist for only £39.99* You can purchase your subscription online at painters-onli...
Some of the best art course and holiday providers in the UK and abroad La Corbière Lighthouse, Jersey. Join Alpha Painting Holidays at its latest destination – Jersey Sue Ford Sue enjoys painting a wide and varied range of subject...
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The Artist   |   November 18   


There's a definite seasonal theme in this month's issue as we say goodbye to the UK summer and our contributing artists turn to working with a more autumnal palette in watercolour (Ian Sidaway and cover artist Paul Talbot-Greaves), and pastel (David Allen), whilst Geoff Hunt shows how it's possible to paint watercolours in the rain. Mixed-media enthusiasts will love the demonstrations by Chris Forsey and Soraya French, who shows how to create exciting textures in acrylic landscapes, whilst Robert Dutton urges us to embrace our 'mistakes' as we develop our creativity. For more detailed painting styles, be inspired by Lucy McKie's intricate paintings, and Tim Gustard's photorealist approach to creating the illusion of glass objects. We also include articles on line and wash techniques, 16 invaluable tips from female members of the Royal Watercolour Society, advice on painting the sea and sky in watercolour, how to create a strong focal point, and develop a style of our own. Plus, study our additional 16-page Art Courses & Holidays supplement for great ideas for some personal art tuition in the UK or overseas!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year The Artist magazine print subscription.
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