White, yellow and green pigments on Polish artists’ palettes in the period 1838–1938

  title={White, yellow and green pigments on Polish artists’ palettes in the period 1838–1938},
  author={Mirosław Wachowiak and Grzegorz Trykowski and Iwona Żmuda-Trzebiatowska},
In the 19th century, the evolution of white, yellow and other pigments was forced by numerous chemical discoveries. Dates of their inventions and patents, despite being well established in the literature, are not consistent with time of their implementation by painters. The survey of more than 300 hundred Polish artists’ paintings from the period 1838 – 1938 confirmed this observation. The reported research allowed building chronological database of the first use, periods of intensive… 
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