Here you can purchase the John Hagan DVD painting demonstration and
the CD that includes printing information for use in classrooms and tutorials.
This newly released DVD
runs for 80 minutes and films John Hagan painting a 84" x 52"
historical landscape with figures from beginning to end. You can
observe color mixing and all critical stages in the production of the
work. John explains the process both with occasional comments and voice
This new DVD is now available at $45 plus posting.
It is also available in both NSTC format for the US and Canada as well as PAL for UK, Europe Australia and elsewhere.
There is also a CD
of all our drawing, painting' and advanced painting lessons. This CD is
an an updated, reformatted for easy printing version so you can create
you own reference handbook in your own time or just browse the CD.
The printed files are in pdf format ... but don't despair, you can
download the free 'reader' so there should be no difficulty for those
who want to print to a work book to store the lessons as hard copy.
Teachers will also be able to print the specific lesson or lesson plan
they need, when they need it. Since the release of the last CD 15 more
lessons have been added and others updated. The Parkhurst Reference
Book, Watercolor lessons by David Hagan and a section on Computers and
Painting have also been included. Other and better forms of printing
have also been formulated.
This new CD is now available at $29 plus posting.
SPECIAL OFFER WHILE STOCKS OF THIS EDITION LAST: Both CD and DVD available in one package $59.99 plus postage.
You can order directly by the buttons below.
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and can sometimes be different to the billing address. Unless otherwise
specified your DVD will be formatted for your country of origin shown
in your mailing address.