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Birren, Faber. 1964. The history of color in painting. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, Inc.______1967.
Introduction to the principles of harmony and contrast of colors and their application to the arts, by Michel Eugene Chevreul. New York: Reinhold Publishing Corp. Blockx, Jacques. 1910. 
A compendium of painting. Translated by Percy Young. London: by the translator. Delecroix, Eugène. 1972.
The journal of Eugčne Delecroix. Translated by Walter Pach. New York: Viking Press.Doerner, Max. 1934.
 The materials of the artist and their use in painting. Translated by Eugene Neuhaus. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co.Field, George. 1885.   
Chromatography: A treatise on colours and pigments for the use of artists. 2d ed. 
London, Winsor and Newton, Ltd.Gettens, Rutherford J., and George L. Stout. 1966.   
Painting materials. 2d ed. New York: Dover Books.Hanson, N. W. 1954.
 Some painting materials of J. M. W. Turner. Studies in Conservation I, 162-163. Harley, Rosamond D. 1970.
 Artists’ pigments: Ca:1600-1835. New York: American Elsevier Publishing Co.________.1979. 
 Field’s manuscripts: Early nineteenth century color samples and fading tests. 
Studies in Conservation XXIV, 75-84.Lane, James W., and Kate Steinitz. 1942. 
  Palette index. Art News, 1-14 December, 23.Laurie, Arthur P. 1914. 
The pigments and mediums of the old masters. London: Macmillan Co., Ltd. ________.1926. 
The painter’s methods and materials. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co.Mayer, Ralph. 1970. 
The artist’s handbook. 3d ed. New York: Viking Press.Paint and Painting. [1982]. London: Tate Gallery Publications Department. Parvey, Don. 1984.   
The artists’ colourmen’s story. Middlesex, England: Reckett and Colman Leisure, Ltd. Plesters, Joyce. 1956. Cross sections and chemical analysis of paint samples. 
Studies in Conservation II (April): 134-155.________1966.   
Identification of the materials of painting, Section II: Ultramarine blue, natural and artificial.    Studies in Conservation II (May): 62-91.Richter, Ernst Ludwig, and Heide Harlin. 1974.  
A nineteenth century collection of pigments and painting materials. Studies in Conservation XIX, 76-82. Sattzk, Steven L., 1987. 
Art hardware. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications.Wehlte, Kurt. 1982.     
Materials and techniques of painting. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, Inc.


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