|Sergei Andriyaka Watercolour Landscape, Part 2||La deuxième partie de ce manuel pédagogique et méthodologique expose les éléments de base de la méthode personnelle d’enseignement du paysage à l’aquarelle. Description du procédé de création d’un paysage à l’aquarelle et en grisaille en plusieurs couches ; présentation du principe de combinaison entre l’aquarelle à une couche et à plusieurs couches ; exposition illustrée de l’exécution des motifs de base, présentation d’exemples de palettes pour chaque étape de la peinture à l’aquarelle.|
|Catalogue Sergei Andriyaka. Watercolour, 2017 edition||A new catalogue of people’s artist of Russia, full member of the Russian Academy of Arts, founder and art director of the Moscow School of Watercolours, and rector of the Academy of Watercolour and Fine Arts Sergei Andriyaka. The album contains both famous works and new, previously unpublished works of the artist.|
|Catalogue Sergei Andriyaka. Watercolour, 2014 edition||A catalogue of people’s artist of Russia, full member of the Russian Academy of Arts, founder and art director of the Moscow School of Watercolours, and rector of the Academy of Watercolour and Fine Arts Sergei Andriyaka. The album contains drawings, landscapes, portraits, still lifes, and city landscapes, painted using the watercolour technique from 2008 to 2011. Contains more than 400 paintings.|
|Watercolour Painting, Part 1. Initial Drawing||This textbook is built on the principle of teaching at the Academy of Watercolour and Fine Arts. It is a kind of home masterclass, where the teacher’s work is presented as an example, and then accessible, clearly illustrated step-by-step description of the assignment is given.
The textbook is intended to show the methodology and system, from primary school art skills to higher academic education.
|Sergei Andriyaka Watercolour Landscape, Part 1. Drawing Trees||A teaching guide on watercolour landscape. How to master the complex art of watercolour landscape from scratch? What are the steps for drawing grass and trees? How to transform a natural sketch of a landscape into an artistic image? In this book you will find the whole story of this artistic cuisine and of personal experience in mastering landscapes, illustrated by stage-by-stage drawings and graphic and pictorial works.|
|Sergei Andriyaka Flowers. How to Draw Flowers.||This book is a unique combination of an album with reproductions of paintings and a study guide in one work. In addition to still lifes of flowers, the book includes three masterclasses in which the author shares the secrets of creating images of various colours stage-by-stage using multilayer watercolours, and explains how to uncover a flower’s charm, creating a unique artistic image.|
|Pattern Composition (in three parts)||There are many works published today with samples of patterns of all styles, times, and peoples, but there are no books that clearly explain how to learn how to compose one’s own patterns, from simple ones to the most complex. Our publications have filled this significant gap. Using the best specimens of geometric patterns and finished pieces as examples, accompanied by texts that are short and understandable for every reader, you can master the wonderful art of pattern creation step by step.|
|Imperial Academy of Arts. The Art of Drawing and Watercolour||This manual contains information about the forgotten valuable elements of the method and teaching system of European art academies of the 18-19th centuries, referencing the St. Petersburg Imperial Academy of Arts and presenting a large number of materials from the best historical manuals on drawing and painting.|
|The Image in Art, Nikolai Tretyakov||This work by outstanding contemporary art historian Nikolai Tretyakov is devoted to one of the most important aspects in painting. The book reveals the main facets of the history of Russian art and the culture of Peter the Great and of the post-Petrine era in portraiture, sculpture, and graphics.|
|Aivazovsky and the Great Russian Marinists||A catalogue of the educational and methodical exhibition of the Academy of Watercolours and Fine Arts of Sergei Andriyaka and the Central Naval Museum, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky.|
|Nikolai Samokish||This album contains the works of Nikolai Samokish (1840-1944) from the collection of the Simferopol Art Museum, covering two main periods of the artist’s creative life: the St. Petersburg and Crimean periods.|
|The Charm of Old Masterpieces. Krasnodar.||Russian and Western European graphic works from the beginning of the 19th to the second half of the 20th century from the collection of the Krasnodar Regional Art Museum named after Fyodor Kovalenko.|
|The Charm of Old Masterpieces. Ryazan.||Ivan Pozhalostin (1837-1909) was a master of reproduction engraving, a now forgotten art. This album presents works from the collection of the Ryazan Art Museum.|