Words of Wisdom: William Bouguereau

by Matthew Innis |

“Before setting to work, be completely penetrated by your subject.  If you do not understand it, seek out or do something else.  Remember that everything must first be thought out, forgetting nothing, down to the smallest detail.  Then think of the layout, the colors, and the arrangement.  Do no work without thinking of all those…

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