Words of Wisdom: Carolus Duran

by Matthew Innis |

There is a different ‘aesthetic,’ you must remember, for each epoch in the history of art. It is misleading, therefore, to place one school above another or to suppose that we ought to imitate the great masters who have gone before us. There are great masters at every epoch. The aesthetic of the pre-Raphaelites was…

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