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actual appear arranged artist Aureolin background begin bright brilliant brush Burnt Sienna Cadmium Carbon Black Carmine clouds complementary color composition contrast dark decoration delicate detail distance drawing dull edge effect employed entirely figures and animals flat flower picture flowers and leaves foliage fore foreground French Blue Gamboge give gray high lights Hooker's Green horizontal Indian Yellow Indigo knowledge Lake prepared landscape leaf less light and shade lines list of colors matter mixed monochrome nature never object obtained ornamentation painter pencil permanent petals pigments pink placed primary colors Prussian Blue pupil purple purpose Quercitron rendered Rose Madder Sepia shadows shape side simply sketch sky wash sponge student surface thing tint tion tone touches trees ture usually Vandyke Brown violets water color painting water color paper WINSOR & NEWTON Yellow Ochre yellow pansy
Page ii - I PURPOSE to write the history of England from the accession of King James the Second down to a time which is within the memory of men still living.
Page 100 - A primrose by the river's brim A yellow primrose is to him, And it is nothing more...
Page 220 - The art, or practice, of so combining the different parts of a work of art, as to produce a harmonious whole.
Page 51 - ... All told we offer you 104 different colours (plus 8 whites not shown above) in our Artists' Oils range. These fall into four categories. Permanent Colours, durable colours, moderately durable colours and fugitive colours. , Now we know "permanent" is a big claim, but our colours live up to it. They are tested under conditions which are as nearly as possible the same as those which are obtained in the ordinary practice of painting and displaying easel pictures, and even the most delicate washes...
Page 12 - It must not, however, be imagined that the Central Australian native has nothing in the nature of a moral code. As a matter of fact he has a very strict one, and during the initiation ceremonies the youth is told that there are certain things which he must do and certain others which he must not do, but he quite understands that any punishment for the infringement of these rules of conduct will come from the older men, and not at all from any supreme being, of whom he hears nothing whatever.
Page 58 - ... his own ignorance and clumsiness, but with defects of material which would irritate a skilful artist, he has need of an exceptional amount of patience to enable him to persist in the effort to learn.
Page 53 - Carmine. Burnt Lake : Formerly obtained by heating Crimson Lake. A more permanent variety is now prepared from Madder Lake. Burnt Sienna : Calcined Raw Sienna.
Page 4 - Flower painting will be dealt with according to the drypaper method, while for Landscapes and Marines a wetter system of work will be explained, Figures, Animals, and Still Life being painted in a combination of the two.