Wednesday, June 09, 2010


Emulsion Ground

I am happy to present some pictures of a ready primed canvas as part two of my priming series (for part one see below "Back from Rome"). A next set of images will be published soon, showing the underdrawing of a late sixteenth-century portrait.


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