They are drawn with Indian ink, and the two first touched with bistre and heightened with white.
Why, my boys rub blue and bistre till their faces run of a stream.
One of seven hundred and seventy-five copies printed, with frontispiece in bistre on Japan paper.
Reddish-brown, marone, bistre with a golden light in it, suited her to perfection.
Rome is painted in purple, gold, olive, and bistre—its shadows all in the latter pigment.
Has little body, but for washing drawings is equal in mellowness to Indian ink and bistre.
One hundred copies printed upon Japan paper, with illustrations in two states, blue and bistre.
Her face, with intent eyes just touched with bistre, had in the moonlight a most strange, otherworld look.
No. 76 of eighty copies printed on Japanese vellum, with frontispiece in two colours, black and bistre.
No. 159 of one hundred and sixty copies printed on Japanese vellum, with full-page illustrations in two colours, black and bistre.