Madder Or Madder Lake Speaking Of Pink Roses Mrs Duffield Remarks

that "the local colour is best imitated with pink madder," and the

Messrs. Rowbotham observe "this heather may be best represented by

cobalt and madder lake." In trade catalogues several names are often

given, as in this instance, to one and the same pigment. The seeming

superfluity is rendered necessary through some artists knowing a pigment

by one name and some by another. Hence arises the value of a list of



Lose Sight Of That The Colour Of Shadow Is Always Transparent And Many Colours Are Apt To Change From The Action Of White Lead And Other facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail