Brookshaw, George / A new treatise on flower painting, or, Every lady her own drawing master: containing familiar and easy instructions for acquiring a perfect knowledge of drawing flowers with accuracy and taste: Also complete directions for producing the various tints.
[Samples of tints], pp. 9-16
9 No. 1. Apple Green. This tint is made by mixing gamboge and a very little Prussian blue. No. 2. Pea Green. This tint is made with gamboge, and still more blue than in the last. No. 3. Grass Green. This tint is made by mixing gamboge, and blue worked thicker. No. 4. Dark Green. This tint is made by mixing gamboge, blue, and a little yellow oker. No. 5. Darker Green. This tint is gamboge, more blue, and more yellow oker. No. 6. This tint is the same as the last, with a little sap green in it. No. 7. Sap Green. This tint is sap green alone. No. 8. This tint blue is made with sap green and dark
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