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Transcript of Watercolor Landscapes
Landscapes are works of art that feature scenes of nature: mountains, lakes, gardens, rivers, etc.
Derived from the Dutch word landschap
"Landscape format" refers to a picture plane that has a width which is greater than its height.
Impression Sunrise, Claude Monet.
Jacob van Ruisdael, The Windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede, ca. 1670.
Starry Night. Vincent Van Gogh.
create a landscape
Four things you must always have
1. Horizon Line
3. Middle Ground
the line where the sky and land seem to meet
the area in the front of your painting, closest to the viewer.
middle & back ground
bottom of your image
right where they sound they are!
now with watercolors!