Portrait Artists and the Limited Palette

by Matthew Innis |

“Many painters of to-day and of recent times, to whom the whole modern range has been available, have deliberately limited their palette to a small group of pigments which they have habitually used, finding more freedom in that limitation than in the use of a fuller range.  Portrait painters have especially practised this limiting of…

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