Landscape Artist David Ballew

by Matthew Innis |

There are basically two schools of thought in landscape painting, though there are many ways to express these two poles.  In the first group are the artists who express the ideals expressed by John Ruskin, namely that nature should be painted in all of its glory, exactly as it appears.  The other group, influenced by the…

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