Mortensen’s Psychology of Composition

by Matthew Innis |

By the late 1920s, artist William Mortensen should have had it all.  A former student of J.T. Harwood, George Bellows, Robert Henri, and George Bridgman, the would-be painter and etcher had moved west just in time join forces with such Hollywood greats as Cecil B. DeMille and Ferdinand Pinney Earle (a former student of Whistler…

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