Words of Wisdom: The Painter’s Responsibility to his Craft

by Matthew Innis |

When a picture is sold, the matter becomes a question of honesty.  The artist who sells a picture, knowing that it is painted with colors which will fade or otherwise change, is guilty of the same kind of dishonesty as that of the merchant who misrepresents the quality of his goods.  If it be granted…

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