Set the right tone with black and white sketches

Affordable art works such as the sketches on sale at Morgan O’Driscoll, can make a striking impression when displayed in numbers

14th March, 2021
Set the right tone with black and white sketches
Alice Maher’s The History of Tears, a silk hankerchief

In gardening, mass planting of one species is a way to achieve a dazzling display. The same is true of art. Collectors on a budget, bent on having a theme, might consider the affordable option of black and white sketches. A series of them, framed on a white background and hung on a dark grey wall makes a spectacular show.

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