All artists, whether beginner or expert, are inspired by the work of the greats that have gone before, and one of the most enjoyable ways to learn painting is to study their work in detail. Edgar Degas' unique style and experimental approach to painting, using oils, pastels, and mixed media, makes this artist particularly valuable to learn from, whatever your level of painting. Paint Like Degas offers a unique combination of insights into Degas' practice, illustrated with examples and demonstrations by Damian Callan, a contemporary artist who has studied and admired the master's work. Degas' wonderful gift for experimentation and creativity is explained with step-by-step tutorials on key techniques, materials and methods.
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Damian Callan was born in London in 1960. He initially trained as a scientist, before choosing to work with people with disabilities. He went on to study painting at Edinburgh College of Art, and became particularly interested in the moving figure. Now he uses his wife and four children as models for his drawings and paintings of figures in action on Scotland's West Coast. He has a studio in Edinburgh where he teaches classes, as well as at The National Gallery and Leith School of Art. He also writes for Artists and Illustrators Magazine.
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