Definition of French ultramarine
1. Noun. Ultramarine pigment prepared artificially.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of French Ultramarine
Literary usage of French ultramarine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Water Color Painting by Grace Barton Allen (1898)
"french ultramarine : Synonymous with French Blue. ... A permanent substitute is now manufactured from Madder Lake and french ultramarine. ..."
2. The Theory of Colouring: Being an Analysis of the Principles of Contrast and by J. Bacon (1872)
"... Madder Lake, Indian Lake, Raw Umber, Vandyke Brown, Cobalt, french ultramarine, Indigo, J Ultramarine Ash, J Emerald Green, and Green Oxide of Chromium. ..."
3. The Graphic Arts: A Treatise on the Varieties of Drawing, Painting, and by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1891)
"I used french ultramarine in early practice, and do not observe any ... Mr. Calderón excludes french ultramarine and uses Antwerp blue in its place. ..."
4. The Etcher's Handbook: Giving an Account of the Old Processes, and of by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1881)
"... Emerald Green, Vermilion Neutral Tint, french ultramarine, and Indigo. No. ... Olive Green Emerald Green, Cobalt, french ultramarine, Small and Indigo. ..."
5. The Painter's Palette: A Theory of Tone Relations, an Instrument of Expression by Denman Waldo Ross (1919)
"The color Orange occurs hi the value Low Light, approximately, and is neutralized by Blue; a blue which may be produced by french ultramarine or Cobalt with ..."