Alfred Heaton Cooper (1863-1929) was a Victorian painter of the Lake District known for his sensitive handling of landscape moods. He often keyed his watercolors with an overall color wash, also known as a "ghost wash."
|Scafell Pike from Upper Eskdales by William Heaton Cooper|
—from the book Alfred Heaton Cooper, Painter of Landscape
Previously: Ghost Wash
Keying a color scheme using the gamut method