Opaque water-based paint (also known as body colour). Like watercolour, it is made from powdered pigment mixed with gum Arabic but with the addition of glue to bind the pigments. In use it differs from watercolour in that white pigment is added to make lighter tones rather than by simply adding water. It has been much used by illuminators and painters of miniatures.
Lord Halifax and his secretaries
attributed to Daniel Gardner, after Hugh Douglas Hamilton
Ellen Terry as the Countess de St Valery in 'The Dead Heart'
by Bernard Partridge
William Ewart Gladstone
by Sydney Prior Hall
by Anthony Wysard
by John Banting
by Keith Vaughan