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And impure and somewhat weakened, but not easily by the action of light. , in a dry state. In its natural state it however dries well, and lasts in glazing when deprived air, discoloured, ; ; Glazed over other colours in water, its which protects them and under other colours its gum acts as a preparation which of its gum. resin acts as a varnish admits varnishing. It ; is injured by a less degree of heat than other pigments. GALL-STONE Is an animal calculus formed in the gall-bladder, prinThis concretion varies a little in cipally of oxen.

Yellow orpiment has been much celebrated under name, as it has also under the denomination of this CHINESE YELLOW, Which a very bright sulphuret of arsenic, brought from China. is AESENIC YELLOW, Called also Mineral Yellow, is prepared from arsenic fluxed with litharge, and reduced to powder. It is much like orpiment in colour, dries better, and, not being affected by lead, is less liable to change in tint. must not be forgotten that it is poisonous, nor that It all arsenic colours are destructive of every tint of colours naixed with white lead.

22 value or reputation in painting, on account of their great disposition to change of colour, both by light and foul air, in water and in oil. PEARL WHITE. There are the two pigments of this denomination one falsely so called, prepared from bismuth, which turns : black in sulphuretted hydrogen gas or any impure air, and is used as a cosmetic ; the other, prepared from the waste of pearls and mother-of-pearl, which is exquisitely white, and of good body in water, but of little it combines, however, with all : other colours without injuring the most delicate, and is itself perfectly permanent and innoxious.

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