At one time, almost all artists earned their living by ‘face painting’. These pictures have become fascinating records of the way people’s ancestors looked and dressed.
A portrait differs in almost every respect from other types of subject matter, because it is shared by two participants: the artist and the sitter. This applies to the commissioned portrait as much as to that of the painter’s chosen model.
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Contents: 41 pages, 30 Portraits and teaching notes. See contents
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