GRIND (TO)

GRIND (TO) (v.)

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Observe (in each particular) what is directed in this Colour of washing, grinding, tempering. A Rule for all the other Colours, that are to be ground.
{Colours to be washt and ground.} Some
Colours are to be washt and ground, and they are these. […].
{To be washt only.} Other to be washt only, are these. […].
{But five perfect Colours.} There are but five perfect Colours (
white and black being none) like the five precious stones perfect and transparent severall Colours. 
The hard Topas for Yellow, the Amethyst orient for Murray, the Rubie for Red, Saphire for Blew, Emrauld for Green. All which Colours are perfect different from mixture of white […].
 
Colours, to be grinded.
[…].


Colours to be washed, and not to be ground.
[…].

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MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → couleurs

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SECT. II. Of those Colours that are to be Grownd, and how to Grind them.
Have in the last Section told you what Colours are to be Grownd, which Washed, and which to be Steeped ; it resteth now, to shew you how to grind those Colours that are to be grownd ; I shall not run over every Colour particularly ; but shew you how to grind one Colour, which take as an Example for all the rest.
For one example in grinding of Colours, let us take the original of Colours,
viz. Ceruse, or White-lead, there is little difference between them, only one is refined, the other not.
To grind it do thus […].

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MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → couleurs