Words of Wisdom: Harold Speed

by Matthew Innis |

  What the painter has to do is to see that the tone and colour design in his picture is governed by considerations of its emotional fitness to the impression he wishes to convey;  and not, as is often the case, left entirely to considerations of truth to natural appearances, which may or may not…

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