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Old June 16th, 2016, 03:56 AM   #20
Rich Larkin
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Hi Dave,

Of course, like rugs, tomatoes do not constitute a monolithic block of color.

I was referring mostly to the central field in those opening images. That color seems more intense and saturated than, say, the strips along the outside of the outer borders, next to the horizontal stripes. Anyway, there seems to me to be a significant difference between the color in those images and the shade manifest in frames 9 and 13. I mentioned it because I consider there to be a recognizable palette typical of certain older Ersari rugs that features a liver-colored madder. I wondered whether your bag partook of it.

Rich
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