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" The painting should be very highly finished; otherwise, when varnished, 'the tints will not appear united. " When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brush, passing it one way. varnish it with white wax, which is put into an earthen... "
Journal of the Franklin Institute - Page 104
1828
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 5-6

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1793
...purpofe. The painting fhould be very highly fini/hed ; otherwife, when varnifhed, the Tints will not appear united. When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brufh, paffing it one way, varnifti it with white Wax, which is put into an earthen veflel, and kept...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 77

Books - 1787
...purpofe. The painting mould be very highly finifhed, oihcrwifc, when varnifhed, the tints will not appear united. • When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brufh, pa(Ting it one way, varnifti it with white wax, which is put into an earthen vefll-l, and kept...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 77

1787
...purpofe. The painting mould be very highly finifhed, otherwife, when varnifhed, the tints will not appear united. ' When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brofh, pafl"ing it one way, varnilh ic with white wax, which is put into an earthen veflel, and kept...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 6

Books and bookselling - 1787
...pnrpoft.-"TTfc painting ihould be very highly 'finidied, otherwife, when vavnifhee}, the tints will not appear united. When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brufh, paiTmg it one way, vamUh" it- with white wax, which is put into an eartlieti vefli-1, and kept...
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Annual Register, Volume 29

History - 1789
...purpofe. The painting mould be very highly finilhed, otherwife, when varniihed, the tint» will not appear united. When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brulh, palling it one way, varnilh it with white wax, which is put into an earthen velfel, and kept...
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Annual Register, Volume 29

Edmund Burke - History - 1789
...purpofe. The painting ihould be very highly finiihed, otherwife, when varnifhed, the tints will not appear united. When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard bruih, paffing it one way, varniih it with white wax, which is put into an earthen veflel, and kept...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 6, Part 2

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797
...The *"""" painting fhould be very highly finiured ; otherwife, when varniftied, the tints will not appear united. " When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard bru(h, puffing it one way, varniih it with white wax. which is put into an earthen vefTel, and kept...
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The Artist's Assistant: Or School of Science; Forming a Practical ...

Art - 1801 - 307 pages
...purpofe. The painting mould be. very highly finifhed, otherwife, when varnifhed, the tints will not appear united. .When the painting is quite dry, with rather a hard brufh, parting it one way, varnifh it with white wax, which is put into an earthen veffel, 'and kept...
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A Manual of Useful Knowledge: Being a Collection of Valuable Miscellaneous ...

William Pybus - Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc - 1810 - 252 pages
...purpose. The painting should be very highly finished, otherwise, when varnished, the tints will not appear united. . When the painting is quite dry, with...fire, till the picture is varnished, taking great care the wax does not boiJ. Afterwards hold the picture before a fire, near enough to melt the wax, but...
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Pocket Encyclopedia: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 3

Edward Augustus Kendall - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1811
...purpose. The painting should be very highly finished, otherwise, when varnished, the tints will not appear united. When the painting is quite dry, with...way, varnish it with white wax, which is put into an earthern vessel, and kept melted over a slow fire, till tin: picture is varnished, taking great care...
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