With a book about Jane Franklin and her life of letters to her brother Benjamin, sepia yellow connotes yellowing papers.
Each of those women had a sepia photograph on the mantelpiece, of a young man in uniform.
A sepia photo shows him as a young boy, head in his hands, with a large book open at a bar table.
Filmed in Riga, Latvia, in monochromatic, sepia tones, the film evokes a world drained of life and color.
Both play within a relatively constrained color palette rich in sepia yellow, with strategic daubs of sky blue and red.
Its flavour is most rich, and its texture most delicate when the gills show the pink colour with sepia margins.
All derived from cuttle-fish varieties of sepia used for baits.
The picture is a copy in sepia tones of Murillo's Saint Anthony, 16 inches in height by 20 inches horizontally.
This food is chiefly the Squid or sepia octopus, known also by the name of the cuttle-fish.
In other cases they extend laterally along a greater length of the body, as in sepia (fig. 15).
"rich brown pigment," 1821, from Italian seppia "cuttlefish" (borrowed with that meaning in English by 1560s), from Latin sepia "cuttlefish," from Greek sepia "cuttlefish," related to sepein "to make rotten" (cf. sepsis). The color was that of brown paint or ink prepared from the fluid secretions of the cuttlefish. Meaning "a sepia drawing" is recorded from 1863.