Margaret Fitzhugh Browne on Portrait Painting Pt. 1

by Matthew Innis |

I’m not quite sure when or how Margaret Fitzhugh Browne’s book, Portrait Painting (1933), made it on my radar, but at some point it sneaked through my front door and climbed atop my teetering “to be read” tower, and it’s been living with me for quite some time now.

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