Words of Wisdom: Charles Courtney Curran

by Matthew Innis |

  Artists should endeavor to express their ideas in terms easily understandable to others.  The Old Masters built up a tradition that there is first of all such a thing as good composition; that good drawing is not necessarily slavish and stupid imitation of nature;  that color and tone while being in general founded on…

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