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" ... blue, and so on, without any softening of the colours at their common boundary. But in the representation of animals, as we shall afterwards observe, more care was taken in softening and blending the colours, so as to produce a better representation... "
How to see the British museum, in 4 visits - PÓgina 154
per William Blanchard Jerrold - 1852
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The British museum. Egyptian antiquities [by G. Long].

George Long - 1836
...colours, so as to produce a better representation of nature. The colours used in the painted reliefs and on the stuccoes are black, blue, red, green, and...evidently applied with a conventional meaning, for • It is curious that Herodotus (vii. 69,) describes the Ethiopians, south of Egypt, as having one-half...
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The British Museum: Egyptian Antiquities, Volum 1

George Long - 1836
...colours, so as to produce a better representation of nature. The colours used in the painted reliefs and on the stuccoes are black, blue, red, green, and...evidently applied with a conventional meaning, for * It is curious that Herodotus (vii. 69,) describes the jEthiopians, south of Kgypt, as having one-half...
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Egyptian Antiquities

British Museum. Dept. of Egyptian Antiquities, George Long - 1836
...colours, so as to produce a better representation of nature. The colours used in the painted reliefs and on the stuccoes are black, blue, red, green, and...evidently applied with a conventional meaning, for • Jt is curious that Herodotus (vii. 69,) descrtbes the ./Ethiopians, south of Egypt, as having one-half...
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Handbook of ArchŠology: Egyptian--Greek--Etruscan--Roman

Hodder Michael Westropp - 1867 - 458 pÓgines
...colours they usually employed on the painted reliefs and on the stuccoes are black, blue, red, greon. and yellow. These are always kept distinct, and never...shade. Red was used to represent the human flesh. Most objects in Egyptian painting had a distinct and conventional colour. The Egyptian colours have...
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Handbook of Archaeology: Egyptian-Greek-Etruscan-Roman

Hodder Michael Westropp - 1878 - 600 pÓgines
...statues. The colours EGYPTIAN PAINTING IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. they usually employed on the painted reliefs and on the stuccoes are black, blue, red, green, and...blue, they used both a darker and a lighter shade. Bed was used to represent the human flesh. Most objects in Egyptian painting had a distinct and conventional...
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