The Angel Academy of Florence Flesh Palette

by Matthew Innis |

In the studios of the Angel Academy of Art in Florence, as well as in sold out workshops around the world, Maestro Michael John Angel gives his students an introduction to painting the flesh through a specific palette of limited colors.  Simple and logical in their arrangement, these colors help new and old painters alike achieve the famed naturalistic skin tones of the 19th century Academicians.

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