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ON THE NEUTRAL, BLACK.

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White And Pure Black; The Grays Known To The Palette As Mineral Grey
Light Colours; Thus It Blues White Greens Yellow Purples Red
And Cools Blue Hence The Artist Errs With Ill Effect Who Regards
To Keep In Mind--the Glow Of Sunshine And The Cool Of Shade
Should Be Of Some Colour--never Black Nor Approaching Black They
Introduced With Caution When Hue Is Of Greater Importance Than Shade
Plumbago Or Graphite Contains In Spite Of Its Name No Lead Being
Charcoal Liege Or Vine Black Is A Well-burnt And Levigated
Sometimes Called China Or Chinese Ink Is Chiefly Brought From
Juice Of A Plant Named Houng Hoa To Give It Brightness Of Tone
Liquid Indian Ink Is A Solution For Architects Surveyors &c
Or Lamblack Is A Smoke Black Being The Soot Procured By The Burning
Oxide Of Manganese Which Gives The Red Hue And That Of Cobalt Which
Furnishes The Blue Are Added To Brown Or Yellow Frit To Obtain A
Black Chalk
Black Ochre
Bone Black
Coffee Black
Frankfort Black
Manganese Black
Mineral Black
Paper Black
Peach Black
Prussian Black
Purple Black
Spanish Black
Softer Texture Some Of My Friends Says Bouvier Call It Beggars'
Ultramarine Because It Produces By Combinations Tints Almost As Fine
The Book; Lest His Aim Be Defeated Of Reflecting In A Moderate-sized