Stereosc2pe + The Perfect Red | Diana Vreeland, 1903-1989

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Bernardino Luini, Portrait of a boy with red cap, 15th – 16th century
 “All my life I’ve pursued the perfect red. I can never get painters to mix it for me. It’s exactly
as if I’d said, ‘I want rococo with a spot of Gothic in it and a bit of Buddhist temple’—they
have no idea what I’m talking about. About the best red is to copy the color of a child’s
cap in any Renaissance portrait.”
Diana Vreeland, 1903-1989
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 Eugene De Blaas, Portrait of a Boy, 1884

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