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oil color

n.
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oil′ col`or


n.
a paint made by grinding a pigment in oil.
[1530–40]
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Noun1.oil color - oil paint containing pigment that is used by an artistoil color - oil paint containing pigment that is used by an artist
oil paint - paint in which a drying oil is the vehicle
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"MFW has been in the industry for over 150 years and is well-known for its outstanding artist color formulations and mediums; Permalba artist oil color and its Turpenoid branded oil paint thinners.
Alkali neutralization significantly reduced color from 12.2 to 3.0 R and 65 to 30 Y, which indicated that 75.40% and 53.84% loss of oil color. In bleaching stage, color was reduced from 3.0 to 2.1 R and 30 to 21 Y, which shows 82.78% and 67.69% color removal during bleaching.
The means used in some of his paintings is oil color by which he's painted the beautiful nature of Kurdistan.
The analyzed oil color is assigned a number ranging from 0 to 8, whereby the level of discoloration is indicated by means of the rising color number.
* The ability to work independently of oil flow rate, temperature, viscosity, oil color, or air and water content.
Problems of reality and point of view also found expression in Coffin's painting Untitled Rivers (Time and the Probabilistic View of the World), 2015, an ink print of a scanned page from one of the science books glimpsed in Untitled (Powers of Ten); irregular lines of oil color meandering between words eroded the legibility of the technical text about the direction of time, which was, in any case, inaccessible to the layperson.
In one of the paintings, "Big Rock Candy Mountain" (2011), she uses oil color in a monochromatic red-orange, reminiscent of the red-oxide chalk of Renaissance figure studies.
Pull the dipstick and check the oil color. It should not be unusually dirty or show tiny flecks of metal.
Patterns can be created resembling an oil color marbling effect by spreading multiple coatings of various colors with an adjustable spatula so that the colors partially mix.
Oil yield was maximized; the free fatty acid content of the oil was minimized while pH, specific gravity and oil color were kept at acceptable recommended range by FAO/WHO Food Standard [16].
Supply of oil color waxed heavy fabrics in 150 cms.