John Singer Sargent Quote

The habit of breaking up one's colour to make it brilliant dates from further back than Impressionism—Couture advocates it in a little book called 'Causeries d'Atelier' written about 1860—it is part of the technique of Impressionism but used for quite a different reason.


In: K.C. Charteris John Sargent, C. Scribener's Sons, 1927, p.125

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The habit of breaking up one's colour to make it brilliant dates from further back than Impressionism—Couture advocates it in a little book called...

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The habit of breaking up one's colour to make it brilliant dates from further back than Impressionism—Couture advocates it in a little book called...

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The habit of breaking up one's colour to make it brilliant dates from further back than Impressionism—Couture advocates it in a little book called...

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The habit of breaking up one's colour to make it brilliant dates from further back than Impressionism—Couture advocates it in a little book called...