The colors used are raw sienna, burnt umber, Vandyke brown and a little burnt sienna.
This bird lays four or five eggs of a pale blue colour, spotted and streaked with raw sienna, brown, or purple.
The walls are of a reddish hue, burnt by centuries of sun into the colour of raw sienna or of bloodstone.
The colors used in either oil or distemper graining are raw sienna deepened with raw and burnt umber to suit.
In graining ash in oil the colors necessary will be raw umber and raw sienna and a little Vandyke brown or black.
It should be made of raw sienna darkened with raw and burnt umber and thinned with raw linseed oil and turpentine, half and half.
For antique oak, add a trifle of burnt umber and black to raw sienna thinned to the right consistency.
The ground should be put in with white and the larger clumps put in with raw sienna and blended.
Then dash in your ground, composed of a thin mixture of Vandyke brown and raw sienna.
The graining color should be made from raw sienna and burnt umber in distemper.
city in central Italy, probably from Senones, the name of a Gaulish people who settled there in ancient times. Related: Sienese. The brownish-ochre color (1760) is from Italian terra di Sienna "earth of Siena," where the coloring material first was produced.