An artist for over seventy years and a teacher for more than sixty, painter Henry Hensche (1901–1992) placed great emphasis in his classes on Monet's Impressionist tradition of seeing and painting color under the influence of light. Hensche taught his students to "see the light, not the object,... read more
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An artist for over seventy years and a teacher for more than sixty, painter Henry Hensche (1901–1992) placed great emphasis in his classes on Monet's Impressionist tradition of seeing and painting color under the influence of light. Hensche taught his students to "see the light, not the object," says his biographer John Robichaux. This book reveals the basic painting philosophy and methodology of a great teacher, as expounded in his famous classes and workshops on Cape Cod.
Reprint of Hensche on Painting, John Robichaux, Thibodaux, Louisiana, 1997 edition.
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