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Oil on board

23 x 24,


Professionally framed and restored


"...on portraits. Depth and space are suggested by contrast. The refocusing of the eye to see contrast gives the sensation of distances. Contrasts are read near to one another. The rhythmic sequences are so controlled as to lead the eye, keeping constant contact, with out making long jumps over arid areas. This continuity of neuromuscular manipulation builds up a more powerful emotional climax then a sudden jump across the picture plane because contrasts are not connected or related in sequence." PRM 1946