Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, Volúmenes 15-16

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Página 371 - TRANSACTIONS of the Society instituted at London for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, with the Premiums offered in the year 1783.
Página 259 - ... nearer; confequently the other edge, together with the painting and plafter that is freed, will leave the wall, and give an opportunity of introducing the faw behind, and cutting away the fame to a certain diftance...
Página 280 - In this manner, the chiaro-ofcuro was finifhed as much as poffible, and the local colour of every object in the picture glazed over it. All the colours ufed in this part of the work were ground in oil, which was abforbed into the ground ; the picture remaining flat, fomething like a picture in water-colours, or crayons : it was then varnifhed> till faturated with varnifh, and the full of every colour brought out. The picture was then complete. Upon the moft fuperficial view of this procefs, it will...
Página 28 - ... with proper certificates of the nature and condition of the land on which the experiments were made-, and the name of the crop, if any, which the same land bore the preceding year, together with an account of the produce...
Página 112 - The candidates are, in all cases, expected to furnish a particular account of the subject of their claims; and, where certificates are required to be produced in claim of premiums, they should be...
Página 283 - I a % me me through all my experiments, and, I hope, will enable me to prove, that the beautiful and fimple practice which he fuggefted, as a fimile, was literally t"he practice of that fchool upon whofe works his ideas of colouring were founded. At the fame time I may obferve, that the...
Página 258 - Being thus placed, the fuperfluous edge of the fecuring canvafs mould be turned over, and nailed to that edge of the bearer that is next the...
Página 283 - He replied, an unity of light and an .xinity of fhadow fhould pervade the whole. He explained to me the difficulty of reducing the various colours of all the objects that may be included in a picture, and the various modifications of thofe colours, to the fimple harmonious ftate he defcribed, and illuftrated what he had faid by this fimile.
Página 269 - The mode of making it is as fimple as, I truft, it will be found productive. It is nothing more than green vegetable matter, decompofed by quick or frefhburnt lime.
Página 297 - I then varnifhed the ground with copal oilvarnifh, till it was fully faturated, and by this means the full effect of that part of the picture was feen : upon this I painted the lighter parts with white, ufing much of the vehicle where the colour was thin, and little in the folid parts, leaving the white in them dead : by this means, I...

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