Dead-Colouring: The First Painting of the Flesh

by Matthew Innis |

More than a year ago, I published a post on the academic ébauche, and the historic French palette most often associated with it. Today, I re-visit the topic of the ébauche, or first painting, through the writings of Englishmen William A. Pinnock, and by necessity, Thomas Bardwell, from whom Pinnock borrowed his data. This is…

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