lightfast

[lahyt-fast, -fahst]
adjective
not affected or faded by light, especially sunlight; colorfast when exposed to light.

Origin:
1955–60; light1 + fast1

lightfastness, noun
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Besides the necessity in the sun-filled loggia to display lightfast objects, there is a method to the presentation.
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