Words of Wisdom: Birge Harrison

by Matthew Innis |

“… it may be said that choice of palette is a matter of temperament.  Each student must experiment with the various pigments and select those which he personally finds most sympathetic.  But, in general, it is best to eliminate all the secondary or compound colors, such as green, purple, etc.;  and this for two reasons:…

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