Words of Wisdom: Robert Henri and Marvin Mattelson

by Matthew Innis |

If in your drawings you habitually disregard proportions you become accustomed to the sight of distortion and lose critical ability. A person living in squalor eventually gets used to it.¹ – Robert Henri “If you practice drawing badly, you’ll eventually get very good at it.” -Marvin Mattelson, Portrait Painting class, School of Visual Arts (paraphrased)…

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