Watercolor (from Italia. aquarello) means painting with water based paints.
There are several varieties of watercolor techniques:
dry-painting on dry paper, with drying each layer of paint before applying the next
wet, wet watercolor, Alla prima-painting on raw paper
Watercolor in the technique of Alla prima Continue reading
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