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For those who experiment with the Zorn Palette, but feel fustrated by their results keep two things in mind before giving up. Anders Zorn's paints were of the 19th century; the Ivory Black then had a bluer undertone ...and he was using Vermilion and Lead White. The modern Cadmium pigments were new around the time he died, and Titanium White wasn't common until after WW2. Tinting strength of the Cadmiums and Titanium can overpower modern Ochre and Ivory Black. You may need to adjust... it's not you, but it might be your paints.