In the Galleries: Drawn to Greatness

by Matthew Innis |

Drawings appeal to us in a way that fully finished paintings do not.  It may be that this is because of how our brain makes sense of visual data.  According to research conducted into human vision, the brain processes tonal information separately from color, and the area that is responsible for dealing with black and white imagery…

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