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Identifier: dictionariumpoly00barr
Title: Dictionarium polygraphicum, or, The whole body of arts regularly digested ... : illustrated with fifty-six copper plates
Year: 1758 (1750s)
Authors: Barrow, John, teacher of mathematics Toms, W. H. (William Henry), ca. 1700-ca. 1750 Devoto, John, fl. 1719-1752 Hitch, Charles, d. 1764 Hawes, Lacy
Subjects: Arts Industrial arts
Publisher: London : Printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawes, in Pater-noster-Row : J. Hinton, in Newgate-Street : and L. Davis and C. Reymers, against Gray's Inn
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ina red garment, a book of accompts under a balance in her righthand, with the motto Computa ; in the left, the f^irt of her robe,wherewith {he feems to cover the nakednefs of a child fleepingat her feet, over which is a lizard ; acock on the other fide.—The balance and book fhew, that a tutor is obliged to give a juftaccount of his pupils eftate ; the red denotes love and charity jthe cock, vigilance, requifite to the faithful difcharging of his du-ty ; the covering, care ; and the lizard watches over men, whenthey lie carelefly allecp.r-f\ V~7T~1 Theodore Van TULDEN, an engraver of all kind i >■ i of fabjeds, ufcd this mark. TULIPS, to paint in miniature. There being a great numberefforts of Tulips, I fhall omit many of them, efnecially the plainones, which may be done by the direcStions elfewhere given, forthe making of particular colours, and only touch upon thofe call-ed iV.ped or llrcaked Tvdips. T:;eil- lir:pes, or flreaks, are I;ild in with carmine, very thin in ^■332

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o k V tl«irit £itlfa lil ar o\ blfo lai fh a ]ha Tl. aa th( th( n ofion( the ed T U L 33^ lift fome places, and very deep in others; and are to be finifhedI with fine ftrokes of the fame colour, which muft all obferve theturn of the ftripes. As for others, you may begin with vermilion, and proceed bymixing it with carmine, and finifh with carmine only. For others, lay Indian ink upon vermilion inftcad of carmine. Some again you may colour with lake and carmine mixed to-»gether; and lake only, or with white, to begin with. Thofe that are of a violet purple colour are to be done with ul-tramarine and carmine, or lake, fometimes bluer, and fometimcsredder. The manner of doing both is jufl the fame, there is no dif-ference, but in the colours. A blue made of ultramarine ^nd white, and fometimes atranfparent purple, is to be put in certain places ; as, for example,between the flripes of vermilion, carmine, or lake, which muftbe finifhed with fine hair flrokes like the reft, and fcumbled

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