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Fineness Of Texture Is Produced By Extreme Grinding And Levigation

Pigments ground in water in the state of a thick paste, are miscible in
oil and dry therein firmly; and in case of utility or necessity, any
water-colour in cake, being rubbed off thick in water may be diffused in
oil, the gum acting as a medium of union between the two. Thus, pigments
which cannot otherwise be employed in oil, or varnish, may be forced
into the service and add to the resources of the oil-painter, care being
taken to use the palette-knife, if of steel, with caution.

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