Watercolour paintings by artists are known for their luminosity, transparency and delicacy. The medium uses water-soluble pigments that are applied to paper, allowing the white of the paper to show through. The paint is mixed with water to create a range of effects, from light washes to bold colors. Artists use a variety of techniques to create watercolour paintings, such as wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, and dry brush techniques. The result is a body of work that captures the beauty of the world in a unique and captivating way, showcasing the medium’s versatility and fluidity.

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