Gottsegen’s Thoughts on Varnishing

by Matthew Innis |

Varnishing is hardly anyone’s favorite part of painting, and, truth-be-told, is probably the step in the creation of an artwork that receives the least thought – that is, until the day that that final, sealing coat is actually applied.

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