A propos de Cozens
"The muted color scheme in Cozens's Italian drawings rarely departs from grayish blue or grayish green colors, occasionally accented with browns or unsaturated reds and yellows; his entire palette seems to have consisted of crimson lake, indian red, burnt sienna, burnt umber, yellow ochre, prussian blue or indigo, and ivory black. (...) By using a subdued warm/cool palette, the effects of light and dark are made more forceful, and the whole picture achieves an austerity consistent with the idea of the sublime."
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