by. Toch, Maximilian, 1864-1946. Cover title: Permanent pictures.
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Toch, Maximilian, 1864-. Note: New York, D. Van Nostrand company, 1922.
Toch produced books on subjects related to chemistry, among them The Chemistry and Technology of Mixed Paints (1907), Materials for Permanent Painting (1911), How To Paint Permanent Pictures (1922), Paint, Paintings and Restoration (1931), and Protection and Decoration of Concrete (1931). He was the uncle of art materials expert Ralph Mayer, author of The Artist’s Handbook (1940). Behrens, Roy R. (2002), False Colors: Art, Design and Modern Camouflage.