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a cat on its back wanting a belly rub, "The Sea Otter Pose"
   Meanings of Black: A black object is one that absorbs all colors in the spectrum and reflects back no colors. Not found in the spectrum, it is the absence of light. In pre Christian times, it would represent death, sickness, witchcraft, and negation. In Christian symbolism, it also means death; it is the liturgical color
small watercolor in blue and violets, landscape
Blue: Historic Symbols: Blue and sky have an association in all cultures. It is said in the Talmud that Moses received the Ten Commandments carved on blue stone. In Christian art, it is used for the Virgin Mary’s clothing. It has the meaning of heavenly love, the unveiling of truth (as in the parting of
Sallie Bowen Studios Fall Thistles in Orange
Orange in History: “New Orange” was once the name of New York City, in 1673. The Dutch were occupiers of the region during the second Dutch- Anglo war. Nepalese Buddhists use a dye of this color  to cast over holy sculptures to mean that they had given money to the temple. Saffron was used by
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purple lilacs behind a wrought iron fence on a stone wall
Purple’s History: In Phoenician times, the source for this color was obtained from the murex shells found along the Mediterranean, in what is now Lebanon. The dye made from the mollusk was odiferous but highly sought. The Old Testament describes the ten curtains that were to be made for the Tabernacle. They were to be blue,
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