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The Chemistry and Technology of Mixed Paints, Toch, Maximilian
1 Toch, Maximilian The Chemistry and Technology of Mixed Paints
New York D. Van Nostrand Company 1907 1st Edition; 1st Printing Hardcover Very Good- 
B&W Illustrations; This book is in Very Good- condition and was likely issued without a dust jacket. The book and its contents are in generally clean condition. There is some light spots of white (looks like paint) to the covers, and some light bumping and edge wear. The text pages are clean and bright with the exception of a couple of chapters that have minor penciled marks and notation. The front endpaper has a previous owner's inked notation. "The difficulty which I encountered in writing this book was not how much to write but how much to omit, for I found on compiling my notes that I could very easily have made two volumes, each larger than the present one, and still I would not have covered the ground thoroughly. It is for this reason that I have omitted many of the pigments which are rarely used, and have paid no attention whatever to the pigments which have gone out of use." Chapters include: The pigments, Yellow, Blue, and Green Pigments, The Inert Fillers and Extenders, Paint Vehicles, Special Paints, and Analytical / Analysis. "Color has been around for more than 20,000 years and was widely used by the ancient Egyptians and considered to have magical and healing properties. It was between 600 BC-AD 400 that the Greeks and Romans then introduced varnishes to help along the process of what we know today as paint. Paint is made of a pigment, a binder, and appropriate thinners. 5,000 years ago Blue Frit was the first synthetic pigment being produced by the Egyptians from ground down bluegrass. By 1,000 B. C. Development of paints and varnishes based on the gum of the acacia tree aka the gum arabic had been developed. In 1856 the first real synthetic dye, 'Mauveine', was discovered, and that a great many dyes could be made synthetically and cheaply." 
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