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One effective way to study color is to closely examine the works of Impressionist artists, not just the most famous ones like Monet or Sorolla, but a wider variety of them. While their styles may differ, they are all highly tuned in with color, which can be incredibly useful for us who want to improve with color. Think of colors as notes that you place down on the canvas; each mark or decision is a distinct color note. Personally, I don't recommend the process of starting with grayscale and then adding color, as it can yield pleasant generic results but may not teach you as much about color and your intuition on color. Instead, the key is to experiment with color notes and always compare each area of color to its neighboring ones. Don't be afraid to go wild with color – embrace the process of exploration and comparison to truly understand how colors interact and harmonize with one another.



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