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" It is however occasionally of value, if discreetly used, in the drapery of a foreground figure, where a bright green may be demanded; or in a touch on a gaily painted boat or barge. It is permanent both in itself and when in tint with white. Brown Pink.—This... "
The art of landscape painting in oil colours [by W. Williams]. - Page 27
by W. Williams - 1853
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Chromatography

Thomas W Salter - 1869
...force of contrast, all the other greens in a picture. If discreetly used, it is occasionally of value in the drapery of a foreground figure, where a bright...; or in a touch on a gaily painted boat or barge. When required, no mixture will serve as a substitute. Compounded with aureolin, it becomes softened...
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The Art of Landscape Painting in Oil Colors

W. Williams - Landscape painting - 1883 - 63 pages
...white. These cold greens possess a silvery luminous quality, and impait the effect of atmosphere. . in the drapery of a foreground figure, where a bright...both in itself, and when in tint with white. Brown Pink. — This is a rich transparent olive inclining sometimes to green, and sometimes towards the...
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The Amateur Artist

Frances George Delamotte - Art - 1906 - 153 pages
...silvery luminous quality, and impart the effect of atmosphere. Emerald Green. — A brilliant green. Occasionally of value, if discreetly used, in the drapery of a foreground figure; or in a touch on a gaily painted boat or barge. Brown Pink. — A rich transparent olive, inclining...
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