yellow ochre

NOUN
  1. pigment consisting of a limonite mixed with clay and silica
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  • The palette was set as follows: Black, verte emeraude, raw umber, cobalt, laque ordinaire, brun rouge or light red, yellow ochre, and white the colors being placed on the palette in this order from left to right. Carolus Duran’s Method
  • The material used is a yellow ochre conchiferous limestone which probably came from quarries situated between Beaucaire and Montpellier, from where it would have been transported by boat.
  • The head is flanked on each side by a solitary and disheveled palm tree painted in dirty grays and yellow ochre.
  • The inside of the cut stone walls is filled with stone chippings, lime and sand - the material used is a yellow ochre conchiferous limestone which probably came from quarries situated between Beaucaire and Montpellier, from where it would have been transported by boat.
  • The Aztec courtesans used a pale yellow ochre powder on their faces to make them look beautiful.
  • It isn't the first time he has been found courting La Dame; take him to the powdery depths of the canyon at Roussillon, and he'll brush red and yellow ochre across his stubbled face. Jean-Marc
  • To his eye, the blue looked right, and that color prompted him to paint a neighboring square yellow ochre, and so on.
  • Furniture was purchased in Philadelphia, and the rooms were painted and papered in stylish bright colors such as Prussian blue, crimson, salmon, and yellow ochre.
  • The head is flanked on each side by a solitary and disheveled palm tree painted in dirty grays and yellow ochre.
  • And I use alkyd, which takes about two days to dry, and once it's dry, I then take off the little rubber bumps, which create those little holes with various kinds of white, which is mixed with a little bit of cerulean blue, and sometimes with raw umber or yellow ochre. Sharon L. Butler: Vija Celmins: The Artist and a Human Gesture
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