Street scene in Virginia City. Fred's skill with painting rain is evident. As he said "Grayness pervades a rain scene as much as it does a fog scene. Raindrops themselves cannot be painted, but the direction of the rain can be indicated by a few moist brushstrokes."
Fred Whitaker, "Whitaker on Watercolor", Van Nortrand Reinhold, New York, 1963.


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