The white canvas--it's like a layer of dust that covers up the real painting. It's just a matter of cleaning it. I have a little brush to clear away the blue, another for the red, and another brush for the green. And when I've finished cleaning, the picture is all there.
- Georges Braque (1882-1963)
From "COLORS What They Mean and How To Make Them" by Anne Varichon, Abrams New York