The pigment still in use in the Netherlands under this appellation is an earth of a lighter colour and more ochrous texture than the Vandyke brown of the London shops: it is also of a warmer or more tawny hue than the latter pigment, and is a beautiful and durable brown, which works well both in water and oil, and much resembles the brown used by Teniers.

VII. Brown Ochre

See Yellow Ochre. Iron Brown, Brun de Mars, and Prussian Brown, may be regarded as brown ochres, of which there is abundance in nature, and all imitable by art.

VIII. Spanish Brown, Or Titer

See Red Ochre.