Tip file: Exaggerate for Impressionism

From Hilda Neily, in the June 1990 issue of The Artist’s Magazine:

When you’re just beginning to paint in an impressionistic style in oils, it’s useful to exaggerate the color somewhat. On a sunny day, for instance, make the light places brighter than you think they are, then bring the work inside and see whether it looks like a sunny day. If not, exaggerate the color some more.

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