from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The use of water-colors, or work executed in watercolors or pigments of similar nature.
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She used a terrain scanner-to-sculpty to create a 1024m x 1024m x 256m mega prim and added a 1024m x 1024m water-coloring panel.
Here the chimney sweeper is all alone, in a snowstorm — the snow already stained with the pollution from burning coal — perhaps homeless, covered head to foot in coal-soot; indeed, to enhance the effect of the image, it appears that Blake may have used some sort of coal mixture for his water-coloring, for the only real color in the plate is a rusty coal-oil brown.
_Dear Sirs_, -- Will you kindly advise, through the columns of your paper, what is the best self-instructing work on architectural water-coloring, and oblige.
Humboldt has best exhibited the scantiness of finer natural perceptions in Greek and Roman literature, in spite of the grand oceanic anthology of Homer, and the delicate water-coloring of the Greek Anthology and of Horace.
Michael remembered Byrd talking about his father, a coal miner who struggled to make money, buying him a fiddle and giving him a water-coloring set and drawing tablet one Christmas.