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- n. A pale blue pigment, prepared from the native blue carbonate of copper, or from smalt.
- n. A cobalt blue pigment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A pale blue pigment, prepared from the native blue carbonate of copper, or from smalt; -- called also blue bice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name given to two colors used in painting, one blue, the other green, both native carbonates of copper.
Great splotches of magneta, violet, bice green, burnt umber, and chrome yellow were burned into the stone walls.
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Ground smalts, blue verditer, and other pigments, have passed under the name of bice.
-- Indigo, white, and lake; or fine Dutch bice and lake, shaded with Indigo; or litmus smalt and bice, the latter predominant.
-- Indigo, Spanish brown, and white; or blue bice, red and white lead; or blue bice and lake.
-- Light masticot and white, for the lowest and lightest parts; second, red ink and white; third, blue bice and white; fourth, blue bice alone.
-- Light pink and Dutch bice, shaded with green pink.
-- Blue bice and ceruse, or ultramarine and white, shaded with indigo.
Sometimes Paul would paint rapidly with great sweeps of the brush; sometimes he would spend an hour trying to get on his palette the exact shade of green bice for the famous
Past the creamy reef the purple ocean glittered in the nooning sun, while the motionless waters of the lagoon were turquoise and bice near by and virescent in the distance.