Approaching Ingleborough and the Snow by Paul Talbot-Greaves, watercolour

Contemporary Art

Paul Talbot-Greaves

Paul Talbot-Greaves is a professional landscape painter working in watercolour, Oil and acrylics. Many of his subjects are sought amongst the moors and hills of his native West Yorkshire and beyond. Among his many accolades he has been made a companion of the International Guild of Artists, an Associate of the British Watercolour Society, a Professional Associate and advisory panellist of the SAA, president of the Halifax Art Society, as well as an advisory panellist for Artists and Illustrators magazine.

Paul is a highly regarded contributor to The Artist magazine and has had four books published to date; ’Watercolour for starters (D&C), ‘30 Minute Landscapes’ (Walter Foster, USA), ’30 Minute Landscapes in Watercolour’ (Harper Collins) and ‘Landscapes in Watercolour’ (Crowood Press). He has also contributed to numerous other titles including ‘Watercolour layer-by-layer’ (Walter Foster, USA), ‘101 Top techniques’ (D&C), ‘Complete Watercolour’ (Quarto Press), ‘The encyclopedia of watercolour techniques’ (Search Press).

Paul Talbot-Greaves has won numerous awards including best in show at Holmfirth Artweek, The Artist award and the Canson award at Patchings festival. He regularly exhibits with the Royal Institute of painters in Watercolour, London and he has been teaching and lecturing on the subject of watercolour and acrylic painting for the last twenty five years. His demonstrations and workshops are always extremely popular.

Paul Talbot-Greaves painting

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