Flowers in watercolour


What do you do if you want to paint flowers but don’t know what to paint? This book provides you with the answer.

With 24 stunning, full-page size paintings, complete with a colour palette for each one, and pictures pulled out from the paintings, together with step-by-step informative captions on how each painting is done.

At the back of the book there are free outline drawings for each painting, which are ready for you to transfer onto your watercolour paper and complete the paintings yourself

There are full instructions on transferring the images, complete with expert advice on selecting parts of the outlines so that you are able to create your very own original watercolour compositions.

Renowned flower painter Wendy Tait has created 24 beautiful paintings of flowers including tulips, daffodils and anemones, a posy of spring flowers, oriental poppies, roses and more.

  • 24 Full-page size paintings
  • 24 Free outlines for each painting
  • Packed with expert practical advice
  • Includes over 120 incredible illustrations

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About The Author

Watercolour Artist - Wendy Tait

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Wendy Tait was born in Derby and attended the Joseph Wright School of Art.

As her four children grew up she began exhibiting both locally in the Midlands and further afield, always supported by her husband Harry. For many years, Wendy gave demonstrations and taught classes to art clubs and societies.

Although she no longer teaches, she remains as busy as ever, enjoying writing and illustrating books and painting in several different media.

Wendy has won various awards for her work, and has painted a set of stamps for the Government of Jersey depicting the four seasons.


  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Illustrations: 120
  • Pages: 112
  • Size: 216×285 mm
  • Language: English
  • Publication: 16 May 2011
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781844486588
  • Publisher: Search Press

Additional information

Dimensions 21.6 × 28 cm


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