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A grammar of colouring applied to decorative painting and the arts PDF book (1888)

A grammar of colouring applied to decorative painting and the arts  PDF book (1888) by George Field 

A grammar of colouring applied to decorative painting

I have therefore introduced new diagrams of the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors, with their numerical equivalents, which will, I trust, render the subject more clear than it has hitherto been. I have next developed the hints on the modes of operation, and have given ample and practical instructions as to the methods of mixing colors, and the manipulation generally adopted in Sepia, Water-colour, Tempera, Oil, and Fresco Painting, with information as to the materials and implements, used a section which will, I hope, be found practically useful to the student.

WISDOM is the presiding attribute of the Divine Architect, and KNOWLEDGE is the wisdom of man. "Knowledge," Lord Bacon has told us, "is power," which is another of the prime attributes of the Divinity and the stupendous achievements of knowledge and power since the time of Bacon has made absolute the truth of an aphorism which has been repeated to satiety. But there is yet a third super- latively Divine attribute, of infinitely more importance to the progress and well-being of man than either knowledge or power, and that is GOODNESS or well-doing, and there remains only for human attainment the fact that true knowledge and power are coincident with goodness to accomplish the original title of man to the resemblance of his Maker.


It is this fact that renders goodness so essential to the acquirement of skill, for skill is nothing else than well-doing, which is again coincident with well-being, as goodness is with happiness; and these are the essence and the end of good workmanship, without which human knowledge and power are not merely in vain, but pernicious in every art and practice, and alike fatal to the workman and his work.
Every good man and artist has therefore an interest in the conjunction of these prime co-essentials of morals and art; the first requisite condition for which is, that true knowledge must be made accessible ere power can be employed for good. Meritorious, therefore, is the enterprise of those publishers who supply the world with genuine knowledge in cheap books; and the industrious individual who expends his superfluous earnings in the purchase of knowledge will have made a step towards power, and put himself in the way of becoming a wiser, an abler, a better, and a happier man while administering to the good of others.


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