Beauty Commonly Comprises In The Same Pigment Delicacy Purity And





brilliancy; or depth, richness, and intensity. Delicacy and depth in

the beauty of colours are at variance in the production of all pigments,

so that perfect success in producing the one is attended with more or

less of failure in the other, and when they are united--as they

occasionally are--it is with some sacrifice of both. Hence the judicious

artist purveys for his palette at least two pigments of each colour, one

eminent for delicate beauty, the other for richness and depth.





Attention Notably The Permanent Transparent Yellow Called Aureolin Beckmann Is Fully Convinced That The Cyanus Of Theophrastus And The facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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