[Cotton seed oil, green and white earth, lavender oil, saffron, antimony, brazilwood, pine ink on traditional gesso on 640gsm archival paper]


In the first half of the twentieth century, artists often had to be creative when sourcing their materials due to the impact of the world wars. In America, where the industry thrived, cotton seed oil was used as a substitute in tempera recipes, replacing oils such as linseed.


A4 size Australian Hand-Made Tasmanian Oak Timber Frame

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