How Van Gogh Saw the Color Wheel Vincent van Gogh was an artistic genius - no question. Although he may well have had psychological troubles, there is no proof that his distinctive use of color, especially those intense yellows, arose from an overdose of any pharmacologically active drugs, such as digitalis...
Selecting a palette of colors often means limiting the choices, making studies, and experimenting along the way. by Christopher Willard One of the keys to successful watercolor painting is to choose a workable set of colors. Today, with the wide range of watercolors available, there is no particular...
Beginners Watercolor Blog
9 Jan 2008
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