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Raphael, Head of a Muse, c. 1510

The Story of Sinopia

Millions of tourists stand in amazement in front
of Italy’s great Renaissance frescoes, rich with colour and reflective of the immense talent of
era’s great masters. What these awe-struck
visitors cannot typically see, however, are the essential drawing components underneath
that brilliant, colourful surface.

Just as every great painting comes from a diligent sketch, every remarkable fresco begins as an artfully rendered cartoon that, when transferred into a sinopia drawing, serves as the fresco’s foundation

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