This is excellent and a worthy successor to Dunstan’s oeuvre. Bruce Yardley examines in considerable detail not just the way the Impressionists worked, but how they looked, saw and interpreted, which is after all the heart of their vision. If you want to have a go at being an Impressionist yourself, Bruce provides plenty of information about original brushes, paints and canvases and explains where they can still be obtained. If you love and want to understand the Impressionists, this is a very thorough guide.
This is an excellent guide to working freely and loosely in oils.
What a treat you have in store with this book: the Impressionists and Bruce Yardley.