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Cadmium Red Light: Pigment Red 108

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A bright red with orange undertones.

 

Series 5


 

 

Cadmium Red Medium: Pigment Red 108

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A mid-toned pure red. Lacks the orange tones of Cadmium Red Light.

 

Series 5

 

 

Quinacridone Red: Pigment Violet 19

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Blue undertones. A medium red with high opacity.

 

Series 5

 

 

 

 

 

Alizarin Crimson: Pigment Preparation

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A highly transparent pigment. It is extremely lightfast and permanent.

 

Series 5

 

 

 

 

 

Naphthol Red: Pigment Red 112

Transparent, Very Good Lightfastness (II)

A bright clean red that resembles Cadmium Red Medium.

 

Series 3

 

 

Pyrrol Red: Pigment Red 254

Semi-opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

An intense, pure mid-shade red. Known for its use on Ferrari sports cars.

 

Series 6

 

 

 

Pyrrol Red Light: Pigment Red 255

Opaque, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Diketo-Pyrrolopyrrol

Intense orange shade red. Can be used as a safer replacement for Candium Red Light. Brighter and stronger than Cadmium Red Light.

Note: It has come to our attention that some tubes may be labeled with

PR 254. This is incorrect. Pyrrol Red Light is PR255.

 

Series 6

 

 

 

 

Scarlet Red: Pigment Red 166

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A Yellow Shade red. Mix with orange to create a multitude of reds.

 

Series 4

 

 

Perylene Red: Pigment Red 179

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Deep rich red color.

 

Series 4

 

 

 

Perylene Maroon: Pigment Red 179

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Organic Anthraquinone

 

Series 4

 

 

 

 

Quinacridone Magenta: Pigment Red 122

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

A slightly violet shade red. Creates a bright pink tint.

 

Series 4

 

 

Quinacridone Magenta Deep: Pigment Red 202

Transparent, Excellent Lightfastness (I)

Blue Shade Magenta. Darker than Quinacridone Magenta. The white tint brings out

strong violet tones.

 

Series 5

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

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