Fugitive colour - definition of Fugitive colour by The Free Dictionary
fugitive pigments (redirected from Fugitive colour)
Inferior pigments that tend to fade when exposed to the sun or disintegrate in a polluted atmosphere.
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After heading to Mull to record the record last December, she visited Buckingham Palace in February to be given the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry and has just released a new collection of writing, Fugitive Colours.
Liz's latest collection of writing, Fugitive Colours, is out now.
The resultant bright patterns were amazingly colour-fast, unlike the fugitive colours
known till that time to cloth-makers in Europe.
Towards the end of the 1980s he became more interested in the fugitive colours
that appeared on some of his pieces.