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The Seine at Charenton
Jean-Baptiste Armand Guillaumin
"Although Prussian blue lacked the clear, 'true blue' hue of lazurite, Prussian blue had unique properties that allowed painters to work more spontaneously. Only a small amount was required to impart a strong tint to other colors, including white. Painters could now mix a much wider spectrum of colors on their palette."
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