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Find a list of articles that fall under the category ON THE PRIMARY, BLUE.

The Third And Last Of The Primary Or Simple Colours Is Blue Which
Greens And With Red In All Purples Blue Characterizes The Tertiary
Olive And Is Also The Prime Colour Or Archeus Of The Neutral Black
&c As Well As Of The Semi-neutral Gray &c: It Therefore Is Changed
But A Mixture Of Black And White; But Pure Or Neutral Black And White
Compound In Infinite Shades All Of Which Are Neutral Also Or Grey
It Is True That A Mixture Of Black And White Is Of A Cool Hue Because
Requires Its Contrast Orange In Equal Proportion Whether Of Surface
So On The Palette Of Nature Each Colour Is An Example Of Colouring:
Colours Are Advancing Or Retiring In Their Quality--as Depth
Is In Reality We Grant That In Certain Objects Blue Is A Sign Of
Of Late Years In The German Coelin Known Here As Cerulian Blue And
Comprise Cerulian Blue Or Coeruleum Cobalt Blue Smalt
Royal Blue Dumont's Blue Saxon Blue Thenard's Blue
Leithner's Blue Hungary Blue Dutch Ultramarine Zaffre Or
Enamel Blue Vienna Blue Paris Blue Azure &c And Are
Or Coeruleum Under The Name Coelin There Has Of Late Years Been
To Which The Various Appellations Have Been Given Of Thenard's Blue
Vienna Blue Paris Blue Azure Cobalt-ultramarine &c Is The
With Cobalt Blue The Name Azure Has Sometimes Been Given To It
A Coarse Gritty Texture Is Peculiar To Smalt Whether It Be The Powder
Blue Of The Washtub And Blue Sand Of The Pottery Or The Dumont's
And Royal Blue Of The Artist And High-class Manufacturer But The
Fugitive But We May Briefly Explain It By Saying When Vitreous
State The Best Smalt In Lumps Appears Black Yields A Blue Powder On
Artists' Colours Therefore Vitrification Does Not Impart
Beckmann Is Fully Convinced That The Cyanus Of Theophrastus And The
Coeruleum Of Pliny Were A Blue Copper Earth However That May Be In
Under The Name Of Leitch's Blue
Or Indian Blue Was Known To The Ancients Under The Name Of Indicum
Chiefly Derived From A Genus Of Leguminous Plants Called Indigofera
Otherwise Called Berlin Blue Paris Blue Prussiate Of Iron
Ferrocyanide Of Iron &c Was Accidentally Discovered In 1710 By
A Sample Which Parts With Its Prussiate To Cold Water Is Quite
Besides The Preceding There Is A Basic Prussian Blue Formed By
Variety Of This Pigment Known As Native Prussian Blue; Which Is
Haerlem Blue Berlin Blue Mineral Blue Is A Lighter And
Or Ferricyanide Of Iron Is Formed By Adding The Red Prussiate Of
Comprise The Varieties Known As French Ultramarine French Blue
Brilliant Ultramarine Factitious Ultramarine Guimet's
Ultramarine New Blue Permanent Blue Gmelin's German
Ultramarine Bleu De Garance Outremer De Guimet &c The
Or L500 For The Production Of Artificial Ultramarine By The Societe
D'encouragement Of Paris Which Was Won In 1828 By M Guimet It Is
Blackened The Cobalt Blue Greened The Genuine Ultramarine Remained
A Pure Azure Like A Spot Of Light While Their Ground The Prussian
Blue Sky Seemed By Contrast With The Ultramarine Of A Grey Or Slate
Lately Called Factitious Ultramarine Is A Specially Fine Preparation
Or French Blue Is A Rich Deep Colour But Less Transparent And Vivid
Native Ultramarine Natural Ultramarine Real Ultramarine True
Ultramarine Ultramarine Pure Ultramarine Azure Outremer
Lazuline Lazulite Blue And Lazurstein This Most Costly Most
The Blue Colouring Matter Of The Lapis Lazuli A Stone Chiefly Brought
Lazurium As We Are Told Is Made It Has Been Common To Confound
Ultramarine With The Cyanus And Coeruleum Of The Ancients; But
Contains Among Other Substances A Fine White Lazulite In The Musee
Mineralogique Of Paris Are Two Splendid Specimens Of The Stone In
Blue Carmine
Blue Ochre
Cobalt Prussian Blue
Copper Blues
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Blue Ashes Or Mountain Blue
Blue Verditer
Egyptian Blue
Saunders Blue
A Corrupt Name From Cendres Bleues The Original Denomination Probably
Schweinfurt Blue
Cotton Seed Blue
Gold Blue
Iodine Blue
Iridium Blue
Manganese Blue
Platinum Blue
Tungsten Blue
Wood-tar Blue
Pitch And [greek: Kallos] Ornament The Blue Is Named Pittacal