Why do some artists use narrow tonal ranges in their paintings? What is the advantage?
One art writer I read writes that a narrow tonal range produces a "metaphysical" feel to the painting.
Interested in your thoughts.
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This is partially opinion-based, obviously, but there are some reasons I can think of: