Assignment 1 – bibliography

Stuart Brownlee: 512319

Bibliography – Part 1 “What paint can do”

Exercises 4 & 5 – Transparent and Opaque considered

Mark Rothko references:

Chilvers, I. (2009) The Oxford dictionary of art & artists. 4th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp543-544.

Collings, M. (2000) This is modern art. London: Seven Dials. pp166-169.

Foster, H. et al (2004) Art since 1900: Modernism, Antimodernism, Postmodernism. London: Thames and Hudson. pp 348- 353.

Houston, J. (2000) ‘Night Sky, Harris’, 1975 [photograph] Scottish art 1460-2000. Edinburgh: Mainstream. p392.

MacMillan, D. (2000) Scottish Art 1460-2000. Edinburgh: Mainstream. p400.

Phaidon Press (1994) The art book. London: Phaidon Press. p400.

Exercise 5 ‘Overlaying washes’

Research point 1 – Chiaroscuro



Dancers 2

General Reading

Eagle, E. (2013) Pastel painting atelier: essential lessons in techniques, practices and materials. e-book edition. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications.

Elkins, J. (2004) What painting is: how to think about oil painting, using the language of alchemy. e-book edition. New York: Routledge.

Fig, J. (2009) Inside the painter’s studio. e-book edition. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

Gury, A. (2008) Alla prima: a contemporary guide to traditional direct painting. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications.

Henri, R. (2007) The art spirit. e-book edition. Cambridge MA: Basic Books.

Hockney, D. (2006) Secret knowledge: rediscovering the lost techniques of the Old Masters. New paperback expanded edition. London: Thames and Hudson.

McKinley, R. (2010) Pastel pointers: top secrets for beautiful pastel paintings. e-book edition. Cincinnati OH: North Light Books.

Price, M. (2007) Painting with pastels: easy techniques to master the medium.  e-book edition. Cincinnati OH: North Light Books.

Purcell, C. (2013) Your artist’s brain: use the right side of your brain to draw and paint what you see – not what you think you see. e-book edition. Cincinnati OH: North Light Books.

Ross, D.W. (1919) The painter’s palette: a theory of tone relations, an instrument of expression. Paperback edition, historical reprint (2011). Ulan Press.