Michael Klein on Photographic Reference

by Matthew Innis |

In a recent episode of the Suggested Donation Podcast, artist Michael Klein shared a few of his thoughts on using photographs as reference material for creating paintings.  Klein, who works exclusively from life or from memory, is not as adverse to the use of photography as might be expected, but he does have some reservations…

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