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Burnt Umber: Pigment Brown 7

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A very dark brown with warm yellow undertones. Naturall occuring pigment.

Series 1

 

 

 

Raw Umber: Pigment Brown 7

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

 

Very dark. Cooler than Burnt Umber. Tints to a cold brownish grey. Naturally occuring

pigment.

Series 1

 

 

 

 

Transparent Oxide Brown: Pigment Preparation

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

An earthy brown. Can be mixed with organic colors to create a variety of shades and hues.

Series 4

 

 

 

 

 

Burnt Sienna: Pigment Brown 7

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Rich warm reddish brown. Takes on a subtle hint of pink when mixed with white.

Naturally occuring pigment.

Series 1

 

 

 

 

 

Raw Sienna:Pigment Brown 7

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A mid-toned color with a strong yellow cast. Naturally occurring pigment.

Series 1

 

 

Yellow Ochre: Pigment Yellow 43

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Warm, slight orange undertones. Natural pigment.

Series 1

 

 

 

Natural Burnt Ochre: Pigment Yellow 43

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

 

 

Series 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Brown Oxide: Pigment Brown 6

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

 

 

Series 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transparent Oxide Yellow: Pigment Yellow 42

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

The transparent version of Iron Oxide Yellow. Creates gold and green shades when mixed with Phthalo Blues.

Series 4

 

 

 

 

Transparent Oxide Orange: Pigment Brown Red 101 & Yellow 42

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

 

A transparent, earthy orange.

Series 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transparent Oxide Red: Pigment Red 101

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

 

Close to a basic Venetian Red, but of course transparent, making it a great choice for glazing and mixing.

Series 4

 

 

 

 

Scarlet Ochre: (mixture): Pigments Red 166 & Yellow 42

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A unique warm color. Resembles a creamy earthy orange.

Series 2

 

 

Venetian Red:Pigment Red 101

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Considered to be a darker shade of Scarlet Red. An earthy iron oxide. Brick Red.

Series 1

 

 

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 05 September 2010 17:37