Canadian painter and etcher, David Milne was a pioneer of postimpressionalism
in Canadian Art. He developed a personal style, almost Oriental,
in its economy of means.
While most of Milne's paintings consist
of oils and watercolours, he also invented a style of his own
for making colour dry points. His greatest creations were
believed to have come from this method. See Redkettle's signed drypoint etching
entitled 'Painting Place' in our Canadian Masters Gallery.
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