SAP GREEN (n.)

SAFTGRÜN (deu.) · VERT DE VESSIE (fra.)
TERM USED AS TRANSLATIONS IN QUOTATION
SAPGROEN (nld.) · VERT DE VESSIE (fra.)

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: the greene we commonly use are these :
Greene Bice.
Vert-greece.
Verditure.
Sapgreene.
Of the blew and yellow, proceedeth the greene.

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Greene Bice.
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Vert-greece.
Vert-greece is nothing else but the rust of Brasse, which in time being consumed and eaten with Tallow, turneth into greene, as you may see many times upon foule Candlestickes that have not beene often made cleane, wherefore it hath the name in Latine
Aerugo, in French Vert de gris, or the hoary greene […].
 
Verditure.
[…], it is the faintest and palest greene that is, but it is good to velvet upon blacke in any manner of drapery.
 
Sap greene.
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MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → couleurs

Quotation

Sap Green may be omitted, because it both shineth and fadeth : and Green Pink is used instead of it, because it hath neither of these Faults.

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MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → couleurs

Quotation

I Said (among the Colours before mentioned) there was only Sap green to be Steeped, though in Colours to wash Maps and Prints, there are many, […]. To Steep your Sap-green do thus, take a quantity thereof and put it into a Shell, and fill the shell with fair water, to which add some fine powder of Allum to raise the colour ; let it thus steep twenty four hours, and you will have a very good Green.

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MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → couleurs