'Wet in wet' is a phrase used to describe the practice of laying down one colour either beside or over another before the first layer is dry. Because both paints are wet, some intermingling of colour occurs.

Among the artists who painted in this way are Rembrandt, Sir Thomas Lawrence and Manet.

Source: National Gallery (London)
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