Jay Arraich's Tips
Adobe Design Center
Tutorial For Photoshop
Old Books on Painting [source: GurneyJourney]
An Atlas of Animal Anatomy for Artists by W. Ellenberger et al.
Animation by Preston Blair
Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist by Peck
Bridgman’s Life Drawing by George Bridgman
Carlson’s Guide to Landscape Painting by John F. Carlson Composition of Outdoor Painting by Edgar Payne
Constructive Anatomy by George Bridgman
Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis
Creative Perspective for Artists and Illustrators by Ernest Watson
Drawn to Life by Walt Stanchfield
Dynamic Anatomy by Burne Hogarth
Famous Artist’s Course by various authors
Figure Drawing for All It’s Worth by Andrew Loomis
Fun With a Pencil by Andrew Loomis
Hawthorne on Painting by Charles Hawthorne
Hensche on Painting by John Robichaux
How I Make a Picture by Norman Rockwell
Keys to Drawing by Bert Dodson
Light and Shade by Mrs. Mary P. Merrifield
Modelling and Sculpting the Human Figure by Edouard Lanteri
Oil Painting Techniques and Materials by Harold Speed
On Drawing Trees and Nature: A Classic Victorian Manual (Dover Art Instruction)
On the Art of Drawing by Robert Fawcett
Pencil Drawing by Ernest Watson
Pencil Pictures by Theodore Kautzky
Perspective by Rex Vicat Cole
Perspective Made Easy by Ernest Norling
Pictorial Composition by Henry Poore
Rendering in Pen and Ink by Arthur L. Guptill
Successful Drawing by Andrew Loomis
The Art of Animal Drawing by Ken Hultgren
The Artistic Anatomy of Trees by Rex Vicat Cole
The Classic Point of View by Kenyon Cox
The Human Figure by John Vanderpoel
The Natural Way to Draw by Kimon Nicolaides
The Painter in Oil by Daniel Parkhurst
The Practice and Science of Drawing by Harold Speed
The Practice of Tempera Painting by Daniel Thompson
Twilight of Painting by R. Ives Gammell
Art Marketing Secrets
Open Studio Coach
42 Companies that will publish your work
Marketing Articles from Professional Artist Magazine
Classical Painting Academies
Gage Academy of Fine Art
Grand Central Academy
Academy of Realist Art
ARC Art Renewal Center
Boris Wilnitsky Fine Art
Angel Academy of Art
School of Representational Art
The Dehesh Museum of Art
The Florence Academy of Art
Interior Design and Decorating Trade Shows
|Architectural Digest Home Design Show|
|Buffalo Home & Garden Show|
|Go Green Expo New York City|
|I Saloni - New York, International Furniture & Lighting Salon|
|ICFF, International Contemporary Furniture Fair|
|INTERNATIONAL INTERIORS NY|
|NeoCon East, Interior Design & Facilities Management Conference|
|NEW YORK HOME TEXTILES SHOW|
|Ameublement & Décoration|
|Maison et Objet|
|Meuble Paris, Paris Furniture Exposition|
|100% Design London|
|Bathrooms & Kitchens Expo|
|Country Living Fair - London|
|Exclusively Housewares Show|
|Floorspace, Contract Floor Show|
|IDEAL HOME UK, Home Decoration Fair|
|INTERauto, Automotive Interiors Event|
|Lighting Design Awards|
|London Ideal Home Show|
|PLASA Show, Professional Lighting & Sound Show|
Paint Supplies [Source: Marc Dalessio]
Zecchi(Florence): Of special interest are their sable brushes, sun-thickened oil and dry pigments.
Cornelissen (London): My favorite bristle brush suppliers.
New York Central (NYC): Good all-around supplier, I like their sketchbooks a lot (Kunst & Papier No. 1003 13).
Sinopia (San Francisco): Kremer supplier on the west coast (see below).
Kremer (Munich and NYC): Most of the good supplies in other shops come from here.
Da Kat Windmill (Holland, 30 mins from Amsterdam): Old windmill where they still grind pigments with wind power. Great pigments for sale in the small shop in the back.
Dick Blick (Online) Good online supplier, the ‘Silver’ brushes are really nice to work with, as are their name-brand bristles.
Ray Mar art (Online) I use their plein air panels from time to time.
New Traditions (Online) More excellent artist panels.
Blue Ridge Oil Paint (Online) Very good hand-ground oil colors, especially the cadmiums.
M. Graham Artist’s Colors and Mediums (Online) Excellent artist’s oil paints, ground in walnut oil.
I'm not done with this page yet, so please check back in later for more useful information and free resources. Feel free to add your links by sending me an email. Alan.