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Watercolour Artists

Watercolour painting has undeniable qualities. Thanks to its texture, it can be clear, intense or even luminous depending on the watercolour artist’s choice. Here we have grouped KAZoART’s watercolour artists who expertly manipulate this medium’s many possibilities. Browse through our selection and discover our colourful watercolour paintings that will brighten up your home with delicacy and taste.

Famous Watercolour Artists

One of the most famous series of Renaissance watercolours was made by John White, an English draughtsman, surveyor and watercolour artist. He took part in an expedition to colonise North America. These watercolour paintings depict landscapes of America populated by indigenous men and women. 

In Europe at the same time, watercolour artist Albrecht Dürer used watercolour mixed with other techniques (ink and gouache) during his research voyages trips (ex: Le Lièvre, 1502). Nevertheless, at that time, watercolour was rarely used by artists, with the exception of a few alterations made here and there to enhance certain details of their works.

It was not until the 18th century that watercolour artists  were accepted into the Royal Academy in France. In the 19th century, Watercolour artists such as William Turner (San Giorgio Morning, Scene on the Loire, Moonlight), Samuel Palmer (Oak Tree and Beech, Lullingstone Park) and Richard Bonington, used watercolour more widely in their work and were very successful. Modern watercolour artists come from many different artistic movements such as Vassily Kandinsky, Egon Schiele and Zao Wou-Ki

Watercolour: its techniques, supports, definitions

Watercolour is a pictorial technique based on the mixture of distilled water, gum arabic and ground pigments. Very translucent, it is easily recognisable to the naked eye, and is distinguishable from other techniques. For example, it us unlike gouache which is much more opaque. 

Watercolour artists who have successfully mastered this technique appreciate it for its many possibilities and fast drying time. In art history, it is impossible to deny that oil is used by  many artists, but then again, some of the greatest artists choose watercolour to execute fast drawings during their outings and trips. Indeed, watercolour is easily transportable, space-saving and can be more or less quickly applied to thick grain paper.

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Guillaume Querré

41 works

Marina Del Pozo

435 works

Mathieu Trezel

86 works

Orazio Barbagallo

61 works

Ho My An

122 works

Camille Tardif

45 works

Franck Le Boulicaut

112 works

CATHERINE GAJAC

77 works

Barbara Piatti

296 works

Valérie Chrétien

99 works

Benedicte Gele

228 works

Jean-Noël Le Junter

106 works

Dainche

25 works

Tatiana Ivchenkova

229 works

Sylvia Baldeva

438 works

Péchane

354 works

Aude Mouillot

73 works

Muriel Buthier-Chartrain

178 works

Thibault Lepeudry

500 works

Eva Gohier

101 works

Magalie Ors

92 works

Richard Vildeman

52 works

bruno charpentier

43 works

Didier Goessens

217 works

Tanya Angelova

76 works

Lucile Travert

52 works

Thierry Machuron

158 works

Isis Bi M

45 works

Régine Thill

26 works

Jean-Marc Bristhuille

76 works

Laurence G. Art

62 works

Béatrice Grandjean

32 works

Philippe Jacquot

124 works

Hélène Grébeauval

34 works

Gilles Konop

151 works

Julie Balsaux

96 works

Lea Lydie Lefebvre

27 works

Betty D'Herde

56 works

Alain Gegout

65 works

Marjoline Fleur

15 works

Didier Brot

24 works

Patricia Chemin

6 works

Orlando Manuel

25 works

Denis Gille

36 works

Roger Bailleul

22 works

Caroline Montigneaux

323 works

Anne Huet-Baron

116 works

Mariella Lanata

26 works

Philippe Tallis

110 works

Izys

118 works

Muriel BESNARD

52 works

Le Thuy DELMONT

50 works

Jean-Paul NEGLOT

12 works

Nicole Bellocq

88 works

Pierre-Yves Beltran

202 works

Hugues Breton

20 works

André Baldet

277 works

Marion Fontaine

10 works

Frédérique Girin

213 works

Céline Marcoz

23 works