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Harry Anderson's Painted Studies

"The Ascension," casein study by Harry Anderson An online magazine article published by the LDS (Mormon) Church shows the preliminary studies and photo reference used by Harry Anderson for the religious paintings he did after his magazine illustration career. String grid used by Harry Anderson to enlarge his studies In addition to his work for 7th Day Adventist publications, Anderson painted about 30 images for the LDS Church.
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