While We Avoid The Compounding Of Contrasting Colours That Is The





colours must be kept distinct in the act of blending them, or otherwise

they will run into dusky neutrality and defile each other. This is the

case in blending and gradating from green to red, or from hue to

hue--from blue to orange, or to and from coldness and warmth--from

yellow to purple, or to and from advancing and retiring colours. It is





When Inclining To Red Purple Takes The Name Of Crimson &c; And When White And Pure Black; The Grays Known To The Palette As Mineral Grey facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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