Compounded And Be As A Mixture Semi-stable Or Fugitive





It need hardly be observed that the number of permanent orange, green,

and purple hues which the artist can compound, depends mainly on the

number of permanent yellows, reds, and blues at his disposal. In mixed

orange, therefore, a selection of durable yellows and reds is of the

first importance. It should, however, be remarked that mixed orange,

more sober and less decided, is obtainable by the use of citrine and

russet; in the former of which yellow predominates, and in the latter,

red: consequently orange results when yellow is added to russet, red to

citrine, or citrine to russet.



PERMANENT YELLOWS. PERMANENT REDS.



Aureolin. Cadmium Red.

Cadmium, deep. Liquid Rubiate.

Cadmium, pale. Madder Carmine.

Lemon Yellow. Rose Madder.

Mars Yellow. Mars Red.

Naples Yellow, modern. Ochres.

Ochres. Vermilions.

Orient Yellow.

Raw Sienna.



None of these pigments react on each other, and from them can be

produced the most durable mixed orange that yellow and red will afford.



TTITLE NEUTRAL ORANGE,





Compound In Infinite Shades All Of Which Are Neutral Also Or Grey Compounding Black And All Other Neutrals Into Which It Enters In The facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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