Like, antimony or chrome orange, chrome greens and yellows were popular in the period from about 1860 to 1880 and were produced, often in the home, from highly toxic chemical dye powders.
Printed version (Basel, Switzerland: Thomas Venatorium, 1540).
Italian translation by Lodovico Domenichi (Venice, 1547).
Trestain has written an amazing fabric guide based on color.
This reference book belongs in the personal collection of anyone interested in dating quilts and clothing.
Hett in Greek-English bilingual ed., “On the soul”, in Aristotle: On the soul, Parva naturalia, On breath (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1936). Latin translation, “Aristotelis stagiritae de coloribus a Coelio Calcagnino interprete”, in De urinis, comp.
Smith, On the soul (Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1931). translation, De coloribus libellus Aristotelis a Simone Portio interprete latinitate donatus et commentariis illustratus (Florence, Italy: Laurentii Torrentini, 1548). Spanish translation by Conrado Eggers Lan, Timeo (Buenos Aires: Colihue, 1999). Filebo, Timeo, Critias (Madrid: Gredos, Biblioteca Clásica, 1992). For each period, Eileen Trestain gives us fascinating information about how textiles were made, dyes were used and prints created in the making of fabrics during that time period.-Anne Johnson, 2001 In dating antique quilts, fabric identification takes on paramount importance.sharonola (2), Wy State Museum (2), fabricfactrix (2), skswenson (2), kelang (2), 101sallys (2), commingledfibers (2), evintage (2), cherryblossommj (2), mkfurber (2), SLamkin (2), Walnut Spinney (2), Patti Akins (2), CCQ (2), carminowe (2) — more Lizm62 (1), emjay57 (1), krogerslinda (1), Bunch OBooks (1), c1802362 (1), Lis Schraer (1), zozobraswife (1), stptquiltnut (1), CCQ (2)Eileen Trestain is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. The updated version of this site was moved to: La versión actualizada de este sitio se ha trasladado a: Compiled by José Luis Caivano with the assistance of Paulina Becerra Collaborators: Juliana Agostinelli, Rodrigo Amuchástegui, Gracia Cutuli, Mario Echegaray, Julieta Garavaglia, Mabel López, Cristina Manganiello, María Luisa Musso, Manuel Net, Andrea Pappier, Pablo Valle circa 360 Before Christ PLATO [428-347 BC]. Greek ed., “Timaios”, in Platonis opera, vol IV, edited by John Burnet (Oxford, England: E.