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Exploring watercolour with Christopher Le Brun PPRA

Published 14 June 2017

Think you know watercolour? Think again. Join Christopher Le Brun PPRA in his London studio as he debunks some of the myths about this versatile medium and its possibilities.

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    In the studio with Christopher Le Brun PPRA

    “Painting is the finest medium to deploy colour that anyone’s ever invented.”

    In this video, made in collaboration with Winsor & Newton, the president of the Royal Academy of Arts demonstrates how he uses watercolour and talks about its special qualities as a medium.

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