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The Art Of Painting Glass








The only difference between ordinary
painting and painting on glass is, that in the latter all transparent
colors are used instead of opaque ones and the color is ground up with
Turpentine and Varnish instead of Oil. In painting upon glass it is
necessary to place the picture between the artist and the light to
enable him to see the effect, the light having the property of casting
a yellowish tinge upon all colors so exposed. To persons having a
knowledge of coloring, this art is easily learned, and affords a
handsome remuneration.





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