new ONLINE COURSE by anastasia kustova


The City and Water

Learn to apply the linear and aerial perspective in the author’s technique and create 4 atmospheric paintings

LIFETIME ACCESS

Language: English


Cityscapes with ponds, rivers, rich architecture, and grand statues. Amazing paintings, full of dynamics, life, and colors so saturated! Does it seem too complicated a task? We don’t think so. Moreover, we’d say that you’ll be able to create them after just several lessons!


Together with Anastasia Kustova, you’ll learn to depict complex architecture, transparent water, and vivid trees, simplify backgrounds, and highlight the center of interest. You’ll permeate your works with the inviting spirit of old European cities and enjoy the great result! 


Join the course, paint your fabulous cityscapes with Anastasia, and adorn your home with your beautiful works!

Meet your instructor

Anastasia Kustova

  • Watercolor artist, writer, Brand Friend of Winsor&Newton
  • A member of Artists’ Union of Russia and of Russian Plein Air Artists’ Association
  • A winner and participant of more than 20 prestigious watercolor exhibitions
  • The author of the book “Watercolor for Adults”
  • Her works can be found in private collections, exhibitions, and festivals. She paints and teaches, successfully conducts plein airs and workshops

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Certificate of completion

Upon completion of the course for the students of Elite plan we issue a certificate. The certificate could be used as a proof of your qualification's upgrade at work (if it is related to arts) and for your private affairs as a recognition of your mastery in watercolor. 

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Premium plan - our curator

Prasad Beaven

  • Prasad is a practicing artist mainly interested in the medium of watercolor and ink. 
  • His childhood spent in the foothills of the Himalayas has made a big impression on his character and interests.
  • A recent graduate of the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.
  • He was exposed to a range of art forms and cultures including Indian Miniature, Persian painting, Geometry, Icon painting, and Chinese Landscape painting.
  • Through this course, Prasad had the opportunity to meet Prince Charles where they discussed their shared interest in watercolor.
  • Prasad also won the Ciclitira Prize, through which his works will be hung in the prestigious Saatchi Gallery.

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Which materials do you need 
for the course?



  • 300gsm watercolor paper 
  • Watercolor brushes: goat flute, large kolinsky or synthetic brush, small synthetic brush with pointed tip, fan brush
  • Watercolor paints
  • Napkins
  • Plastic tablet
  • Pencil / Mixing palette / Water container
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