Bob Ross & William Alexander

A refugee from World War 2, William/Wilhelm Alexander, a Prussian artist, pioneered the “wet on wet” oil painting method (or his version of it). It was Bill Alexander who first performed on Public Broadcast US television, long before the more famous Bob Ross. It was Alexander who developed the “magic white”, later “liquid white” in Ross’s hands, he who pioneered the use of a trowel-shapedRead more ->