Of Pencils and Brushes…

by Matthew Innis |

In reading through older art books on painting technique, the word “pencil” often appears, but not with the denotation with which we are now accustomed.  It is obvious by the syntax that when the authors use “pencil,” they are speaking about a paintbrush, but then when they use the term “brush” in other parts of…

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