Oiling out and Sinking In: An Interview with Michael Harding

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by Abigail LashbrookTopics: Artist Interview

Photo courtesy Razlyn Lysaught
Photo courtesy Razlyn Lysaught

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Oiling out is just a part of the process for a lot of artists, but if it’s overdone it can damage the quality of your painting, and frequently the need to oil out is completely avoidable. There are a few common causes for dulling and sinking in; two I run into frequently when talking to artists are the overuse of solvents and the use of the wrong type of primer…

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