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Applies To Roman Lake Venetian Lake And Many Others; None Of








which, however beautiful or reputed, is entitled to the character of
stability either in hue, shade, or tint.

TTITLE DRAGON'S BLOOD

Is a resin brought from the East Indies. It is of a warm
semi-transparent, rather dull red colour, which is deepened by impure
air, and darkened by light. There are two or three sorts, but that in
drops is the best. White lead soon destroys it, and in oil it dries with
extreme difficulty. It is sometimes used to colour varnishes and
lackers, being soluble in oils and alcohol. Although it has been
recommended as a pigment, dragon's blood does not merit the attention of
the artist.

TTITLE INDIAN LAKE,





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