Words of Wisdom: Sir George Clausen on Underpaintings

by Matthew Innis |

Sir George ClausenThe Barn Dooroil on canvas30 X 25 in.Another object of underpainting is the determining of the design of light and dark.  All paint changes a little, lowers a little, with time ;  and if a picture has no strong arrangement of light and dark, but depends for its beauty on subtle delicacies and…

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