Category Archives: Watercolour

Two hundred and ten Shades of Green

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9/11: Graphic Tributes

For the tenth anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York City, there were some interesting editorial initiatives to commemorate this terrible event and to think about it. For example, Radio France has invited … Continue reading

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An Artist, a Colour #1: Payne’s Gray

(References: The Armitt website, Wikipedia ) I’ve always thought that, for a painter, to link his name with a colour, it’s a wonderful way to be remembered. The name of William Payne, painter, is linked to a beautiful bluish Grey. He … Continue reading

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Watercolour Aura

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This still life is a painting that I’ve realized for one of my artistic workshops. The watercolour is a very interesting medium, because it’s possible to employ it in various techniques. Moreover, a watercolour box can be easy transported in … Continue reading

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Ligurian Watercolour

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When I go in vacation, I always carry with me my watercolours box. If I find a good cue, a painting is an image and a memory stronger than any photography and video. Because in the painting we’re within: the … Continue reading

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