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But in works finish’d to be seen near at Hand, you must apply each Colour properly in its place, sweetning with a light Hand all their Extremitys, without Tormenting or Fretting them, that their Purity may be preserv’d.
We must have regard to the scituation of Colours, where we must observe to put before the Picture, those which are Naturally the stronger and of the greatest Purity ; that by the Force of their Briskness, we may keep back the Force of them which are Compounded, and which must appear at a distance ; [...].

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EFFET PICTURAL → qualité des couleurs