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“In painting, space and form are not actual, but illusory. Painting, indeed, is essentially an art of illusion; and “pictorial science” is simply that accumulated knowledge which enables the painter to control this illusion, the illusion of forms in space” –Patrick Heron. Painter as Critic

“If you see a tree as blue, then make it blue” – Paul Gauguin.

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