Things to Be Avoided in Landscape Painting

by Matthew Innis |

One evening, around the turn of the 20th century, the British landscape painter, William Laidlay, was watching the moon rise over the water from a North Country pier when he became aware of a large, seafaring man watching him from the shadows.  Laidlay addressed the man and shortly thereafter

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