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Varanasi – An artist’s impression by Milind Mulick


About the book

Varanasi... The city of temples. The most ancient and most sacred city in India. The Ganga which washes away all one’s sins is an inseparable part of the culture of Varanasi. The city had been beckoning me for a long time. I longed to paint the temples and the ghats of the Ganga. The first impression of the maze of crisscrossing narrow lanes and the closely-knit houses was somewhat claustrophobic but mysterious, which roused my curiosity. But when I opened the window of my hotel room, the Ganga stretched to infinity in front of my eyes....

Watercolour by Milind Mulick


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Flow & Confidence, so essential for working with watercolours can be easily attained from - ‘Watercolour’ by Milind Mulick. Through – 1. Introduction, 2. Practice, 3. Sketching, 4. Composition, 5. Colours, 6. The Painting Process, 7. Gallery Chapters of his book on Watercolours. Detailed hints right from primary techniques to the finer aspects of art have been provided with ample demonstrations. The paintings from his Gallery speak volumes, with an in-depth analysis alongside. This book by Milind Mulick has been in great demand since the first edition. It is unique in introducing the student and enthusiast to the world of watercolour in a step-by-step manner. Mulick’s mastery over the medium is evident. Although he has been influenced by the British tradition of watercolour painting, Mulick’s style has evolved over the years; and has acquired a unique Indian flavour. The vibrancy of colours and an ability to capture the essence of the subject are the hallmark of his paintings.

Watercolour Paintings with Photo References by Milind Mulick


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In this book renowned artist Milind Mulick explores and demonstrates watercolour painting using photographs.

 Nowadays due to technological invasion... most artists are 'practically' using photographs as reference material. When a photograph is used as a reference point, it is important to pay attention to draw inspiration from it, not replicate it. This involves developing a preliminary thumbnail sketch to determine the composition and making artistic decisions to recreate 'that' moment.