Werner's Nomenclature of Colours,: With Additions, Arranged So as to Render it Highly Useful to the Arts and Sciences, Particularly Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Morbid Anatomy. Annexed to which are Examples Selected from Well-known Objects in the Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Kingdoms

W. Blackwood, 1814 - 43 Seiten

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Seite 28 - Mountain green is composed of emerald green, with much blue, and a little yellowish grey, or verdigris green, with yellowish grey. It passes into greenish grey. Examples, beryl and hornstone.
Seite 20 - Yellowish grey is ash grey mixed with lemon yellow and a minute trace of brown. It passes into yellowish brown and ochre yellow. Examples, calcedony and mica. g. Ash grey is the characteristic colour. Example, quartz.
Seite 18 - Examples, amiajith, foliated limestone, and amythest. g. Milk white is snow white mixed with a little Berlin blue and ash grey.
Seite 18 - White, is snow white with a very small portion of tile red and king's yellow, and a minute portion of ash grey.
Seite 29 - Werner's, added since the publication of his nomenclature ; it is composed of emerald green with a little indigo blue, much gamboge yellow, and a very little carmine red.
Seite 24 - Berlin blue, with white, a small quantity of grey, and a hardly perceptible portion of red.
Seite 1 - ... long wanted in arts and sciences. It is singular, that a thing so obviously useful, and in the description of objects of natural history and the arts, where coA lour is an object indispensably necessary, should have been so long overlooked.
Seite 17 - Purplish White, is snow white with the slightest tinge of crimson red and Berlin blue, and a very minute portion of ash grey.
Seite 26 - Pansy Purple, is indigo blue with carmine red, and a slight tinge of raven black.

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