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Marks making the illusion, truth to nature, and rich narrative – these are the qualities that I try to find and build into my landscape paintings.
There are many types of ‘truth’ in painting, but the truth that I am concerned with here is fidelity to motif: how faithfully does a painter attempt to depict the objects that they are painting?