THey that dye woll and cloth be cal∣led Dyars, as Isid. sayeth: & he that pictureth Images and likenes of things is called a Paynter. A picture is called Pictura, as it were Pictura, seyning.
The Image is sayued, and is not sooth∣ness, and to called Focata, and hath that meane of a certaine 〈…〉 colour that is layde thereon. And some pictures passe in colour, an quantitie and in shape, very doores: and sometime 〈…〉 to 〈…〉 hey bring forth lea∣sings as he doth that painteth C••mera with three 〈…〉, such a 〈…〉
The 〈…〉 found first Paynting •ans •••dow was purtrayad and •••∣•ed, and dra••on with braughes & with lines & often painted with simple colours, and after 〈…〉 with diuers cou∣lours, so that •ra•• increased and found ••ght, and 〈…〉 colours: and labour••• the manner of paynting of shadowes of men
And now Payof as a draw ••• lyke∣nesse and lynes of the Image that shall colours, and holdeth the order of 〈…〉, as Isi•••• sayth lib. ••. cap. •〈…〉
*•st many be painted, as 〈…〉 on ••tted 〈…〉 is set is gaye cou∣lours: so lyke 〈…〉 vpon 〈…〉 gorgeous cloathing. But if mann eye first saw •un•••• be seeth others, he would be ashamed of that so 〈…〉 which he reproneth in others.)