Competition Answer

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I’d asked a question about this painting as my first “Win a Print” competition – here it is below.

What Colour?

I often like to use a single colour as an under-painting on a canvas or piece of board as a base.  The painting below is one of my earlier pieces of St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall. The question is:

What specific colour did I use for the under-painting on this picture  of St Michael’s Mount?

In this case the colour was Alizarin Crimson, although I would have also accepted red. There are some clues in the painting, for example in the top left you can see the red from the under-painting where I have deliberately left it showing through and there are hints of red too in the foreground.  Thanks very much to everyone who entered and better luck next time.

About Lin Cheung

I am an artist and teacher and I love working with people to help them be more creative.
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