A Bit of Brit: Montague Dawson, pt. 2

by Matthew Innis |

“To get the painting to live is the most difficult part. You have to respect your subject, be almost frightened by it. There’s nothing like the boil and the swell of rough sea. No wave is exactly the same as any other. They all have . . .”

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