The Painter’s Secret Geometry

by Matthew Innis |

  For years, Charles Bouleau’s classic The Painter’s Secret Geometry:  A Study of Composition in Art (Harcourct, Brace & World, Inc., New York, 1963) was another of those Holy Grail books sought after by artists.  Few copies would show up for sale, and when they did they were usually $150 and up, with many in the…

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