Words of Wisdom: Robert Brackman, Part II

by Matthew Innis |

We shall now proceed with the most important part of painting, this point we call composition.  In composing your picture you must be conscious of the size of your canvas, for the subjection are viewing must be arranged within the space of your canvas.  Your composition will depend on how well you scale the subject…

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