Color Palettes: Nick Alm

by Matthew Innis |

The eternal twilight that envelops so many of the paintings of Sweden’s Nick Alm can surely be attributed to the limited palette he employs.  Influenced heavily by his training at the Florence Academy of Art, Alm regularly uses only 7 pigments:  a white, a yellow, three reds, and two blacks.  The brands he typically relies…

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