Cabinet of Curiosities

by Matthew Innis |

Vlaho BukovacPortrait of Gustav Pongratz (1893)Painting a group portrait is often very problematic. ┬áThere is a challenge in compositionally organizing multiple figures on a canvas in such a way as to define a believable space while maintaining each subject’s likeness, and to do so without introducing a hierarchy to the importance of the sitters (unless,…

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