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In nature, color temperature is all around; artists just need to look for it. By identifying color temperature, they can describe their  world more effectively.
.... “with an understanding of temperature, an artist can enrich a painting’s color, increasing its vitality and effectiveness without garrish results.

"Strokes of Genius 2: the Best of Drawing Light and Shadow"
Rachel Rubin Wolf, editor
North Light Books, 2009

"The Atelier School of Classical Realism: Taking Steps Toward Stronger Drawings & Paintings"
American Artist Workshop Magazine, Spring 2009 edition

“The Undressed Art: Why We Draw”
Peter Steinhart
Alfred A. Knopf, New York 2004

"Taking the Temperature"
by David Hardy
American Artist Magazine, August 2002

"The Best of Flower Painting"
Cassell Publications, London 1997

"The Best of Flower Painting"
North Light Books Publications, Cincinatti, OH 1997

Dictionary of International Biography, 25th Edition
International Biography Center, Cambridge 1997

"The Best of Oil Painting"
Rockport Publications,
Rockport, MA 1996

"A Guide to Drawing" 5th Edition
by Daniel M. Mendelowitz &
Duane A. Wakeham
Harcourt Brace Javonovich Publishers, Fort Worth, TX 1993


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