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Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on The greens which French Blue would give, when mixed with Naples Yellow, or with Yellow....
" The greens which French Blue would give, when mixed with Naples Yellow, or with Yellow Ochre, break and are subdued by the use of Madder Lake, or sometimes by Light Red ; more or less White being mixed with it, where it is required to gain an atmospheric... "
The art of landscape painting in oil colours [by W. Williams]. - Page 59
by W. Williams - 1853
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The works of the late Edward Dayes: containing An excursion through the ...

Edward Dayes - Artists - 1805 - 359 pages
...Van Dyck brown will be found extremely useful in the shadows of the fore-ground objects. In coloring trees, it will be necessary to make the extremities of the branches tenderer than the middle parts ; and, by letting the light be seen through various parts of the branches,...
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The Art of Landscape Painting in Oil Colors

W. Williams - Landscape painting - 1883 - 63 pages
...begins to take an aerial tone, then use French Blue. TTOVTlur re KV/uiruv . . . And of ocean waves The greens which French Blue would give, when mixed...Trunks of Trees. — Having painted the stems in with a grey colour as near to Nature in tint as may be practicable, take your pencil, and, with its upper...
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The Amateur Artist

Frances George Delamotte - Art - 1906 - 153 pages
...violet grey-blue tint, peculiar to the distances, begins to take an aerial tone, then use French Blue. In painting trees, it will be necessary to make the extremities of the branches more tender in color than the middle parts; and by letting the light be seen through various portions, great thinness...
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