Color Palettes: Anthony van Dyck, Part 1

by Matthew Innis |

To explore the technique of Anthony van Dyck is to dive into a rabbit hole of truly Lewis Carrollinian proportions.  Anyone making the attempt is likely to encounter fantasy, madness, confusion, and possible decapitation.  It is not so much his methods which are difficult to analyze, but the materials which the Flemish master used, or at…

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