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A brown ink, the pigment for which traditionally come from the brown liquid found in the ink sac of the cuttlefish. It has a semi-transparent quality and is used for pen and wash drawings.
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Gilbert Ryleby Hubert Andrew Freeth1952NPG 5092
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