Definition of French ultramarine blue

1. Noun. Ultramarine pigment prepared artificially.

Exact synonyms: French Blue, French Ultramarine
Generic synonyms: Ultramarine, Ultramarine Blue



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Lexicographical Neighbors of French Ultramarine Blue

French proof agar
French region
French roof
French rye
French scale
French sorrel
French spinach
French stick
French sticks
French teacher
French telephone
French ticklers
French toast
French ultramarine
French ultramarine blue
French vermouth
French weed
French window
French windows
French wire
French wires
Frenchcore
Frenched
Frenches
Frenchie
Frenchies
Frenchification
Frenchifications
Frenchified

Literary usage of French ultramarine blue

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1. The Painter's Palette: A Theory of Tone Relations, an Instrument of Expression by Denman Waldo Ross (1919)
"... VIOLET (V) The color Violet is seen in the mixture of french ultramarine blue, Mars Violet or Indian Red and a little Madder or Alizarin Crimson. ..."

2. The Art of Illumination by Louis Bell (1912)
"... paper 05 Deep-chocolate paper 04 French ultramarine-blue paper 035 Black cloth 012 Black velvet 004 At the head of the list stands white blotting paper, ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"... contains 2-5 per cent, of white, from cobalt 55 per- cent., from French ultramarine blue 61 per cent., and from chrome yellow 26 per cent, of white (p. ..."

4. A Theory of Pure Design: Harmony, Balance, Rhythm by Denman Waldo Ross (1907)
"... "Emeraude" Green (Green Oxide of Chromium, transparent), Cobalt Blue, French Ultramarine Blue. These are the pigments which I suggest for oil-painting. ..."

5. Official Proceedings...: Annual Convention of the International Acetylene by International Acetylene Association (1908)
"... Cobalt blue paper 12 Black paper 5 Deep chocolate paper 4 French ultramarine blue paper 3.5 Black cloth 1.2 Black velvet 0.4 It is evident, therefore, ..."

6. Taxidermy by Leon Luther Pray (1913)
"... cobalt blue, French ultramarine Blue, and Viri- dian). Plastic compositions of papier-mache are essential, especially in mammal and game-head Work, ..."

7. The Art of Illumination by Louis Bell (1912)
"... paper 05 Deep-chocolate paper 04 French ultramarine-blue paper 035 Black cloth 012 Black velvet 004 At the head of the list stands white blotting paper, ..."

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