Pollie became stout—enormously stout—the pearl-like pink of her cheek now looked like burnt sienna, mixed with chrome yellow.
The burnt sienna (which you can buy at any paint-shop) is used only to warm up the black.
burnt sienna, wet in stale beer, forms the graining material.
Raw umber is a good color, or raw umber modified with burnt sienna and black.
The whole landscape has an underlying wash of burnt sienna, glowing warmly through the superimposed color.
These three colours with burnt sienna will produce almost every variety of sunny foliage.
The colors used are burnt sienna, burnt umber and Vandyke brown, with crimson lake for overgraining on particularly bright work.
Then put on a thin glaze over it when dry made of raw and burnt sienna with enough whiting to make it rather transparent.
The colors used are raw and burnt sienna, raw and burnt umber and ivory black.
This may be colored with anything desired, like burnt sienna, annatto, or other coloring material.
city in central Italy, probably from Senones, the name of a Gaulish people who settled there in ancient times. Related: Sienese. The brownish-ochre color (1760) is from Italian terra di Sienna "earth of Siena," where the coloring material first was produced.