92 THE PROCESS OF PAINTING. those beautiful works in the Farnasina, as he knew that it would have injured them very ... he had changed his mind as he was painting, he appears to have taken the first thing that came to his hand to cut or scratch a ... lumps of the plaster, thus causing irregularities in the surface, which he did not seem to regard, and did not repair. ... to put in with the point every hair, wrinkle, and even the small folds of the drapery, before he commenced painting.
|Title||:||A Manual of Fresco and Encaustic Painting|
|Author||:||William Benjamin Sarsfield Taylor|