Words of Wisdom: Sir George Clausen

by Matthew Innis |

Sir George ClausenThe realism of externals is a fault too common in our work to-day.  We see too many pictures – in all branches of painting – where the interest does not lie where it professes to be, or where it should naturally be looked for, but is frittered away over the surfaces of things,…

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