A bunch of burnt umber hair and a sea-green eye appeared in the crack of a door.
The filler used should be coloured with burnt umber and sienna.
For dark oak use the same colors as for light and add Venetian red and burnt umber; the same color will do for pollard oak.
We caught him one morning about two miles out from Mountain Valley, on his way to look after some of his burnt umber farm land.
The stippling color is best made from some good Vandyke brown, and it may also be made from burnt umber in distemper.
The graining color should be made from raw sienna and burnt umber in distemper.
burnt umber used alone or in connection with red and black, gives a very striking panel color for business vehicles.
The colors used in either oil or distemper graining are raw sienna deepened with raw and burnt umber to suit.
The colors used are raw sienna, burnt umber, Vandyke brown and a little burnt sienna.
It should be made of raw sienna darkened with raw and burnt umber and thinned with raw linseed oil and turpentine, half and half.
brown earthy pigment, 1560s, from Middle French ombre (in terre d'ombre), or Italian ombra (in terra di ombra), both from either Latin umbra "shade, shadow" (see umbrage) or from Umbra, fem. of Umber "belonging to Umbria," region in central Italy from which the coloring matter first came. Burnt umber, specially prepared and redder in color, is attested from c.1650.