Artist's Palette

Street Scene in Hobart with Mt Wellington


This was a rough but accurate sketch done on canvas with a Number 1 or 2 round hogs hair brush using a mixture of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Sienna diluted with turpentine.

The whole canvas was then covered with a mid-tone, turpentine-diluted mixture used in the initial sketch with some Raw Sienna added

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