A Survey of 19th c. French Palettes

by Matthew Innis |

Prior to the 19th century, artists typically employed a palette composed primarily of earth-based pigments.  But advances in the science of color and vision, discoveries in chemistry, and new methods of portable paint storage initiated changes in the 1900s that would forever affect the artist’s palette. The influx of new pigments during the 19th century…

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