Venetian red

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Most notably, a modified A-line dress in venetian red won a standing ovation.
By reducing her palette to essential earth colors--transparent yellow ocher over burnt sienna, Venetian red mixed with black for the tonalities, and a surprised (and surprising) cerulean blue and dark green combination--and by using them sparingly, she generates a field of painted luminous white.
Venetian Red is one of several entries by Cynthia Chandler, an oil painting of an elegant lady in red holding a mask to her face, a glass of red wine to her side.
A small dye factory produced the colour Venetian red. But it was Paradise in name only, bisected by Benwell West pit and J O Scott's firebrick works.
2 tbsp limeproof pigment (warning: some copper-based colours, Venetian Red and ultramarines react badly to lime - ask your stockist); water
Otherwise entrance can be more informal, through a luminous aisle on the south side, like a lean-to, roofed with translucent polycarbonate and furnished with a line of Venetian red cupboards.
Colored with Scheele's green, iron oxide, yellow ochre, chrome yellow, burnt umber, Venetian red, turmeric, Prussian blue, indigo; adulterated with roasted peas, beans, wheat, rye, oats, chicory, brown bread, charcoal, red slate, bark, date stones." Mann had introduced the Pure Food and Drug Act in the House of Representatives, which passed on June 30.
Prices of the Isuzu D-MAX 3.0 VGS Turbo come in the exciting Venetian Red color along with the existing colors Cosmic Black, Garnet Red, Titanium Silver and Splash White.