Orange For Instance Which Is Naturally An Orange Pigment And Not

composed of red and yellow, is superior to many mixtures of those

colours in a chemical sense, and to all such mixtures in an artistic

sense. At the same time, it is quite possible for the artist to multiply

his pigments unnecessarily. Colours are sometimes brought out under new

names which have no claim to be regarded as new colours, being, indeed,

mere mixtures. Compound pigments like these may most frequently be

dispensed with, in favour of hues and tints composed extemporaneously of

original colours upon the palette.

It may be inferred from the foregoing that, between the modes of

employing as few pigments as possible, and of having as many as there

are hues and shades of colour, a middle course is the best. But,

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