100% natural Natural Lapis Lazuli Pigment has a wonderful historic importance in the art world for its jewel-like beauty & preciousness. Its notable use can be seen in many of the important paintings of the Old Masters & famous artists of 13th-19th c. of the World. It's ideal for Oil Painting especially excellent for glazes, is absorbed in Linseed oil/ liquin or any other painting medium in seconds and can be mixed with any other color.
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Brief description of Prussian blue: Dark blue, called the first of the modern pigments. It has very high tinting strength but is only fairly permanent to light and air. It's an Iron-hexacyanoferrate accidentally formed while experimenting with the oxidation of iron. The pigment was available to artists by 1724 and was extremely popular throghout the three centuries since its discovery.
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Our Hematite is a ferric oxide of a dark red hue. We make our hematite from iron ore deposits in the Kirov Rog area of Russia. It is a lustrous pigment of considerable tinting strength and opacity.
Pigments through the Ages - Manufacture Recipes - Prussian blue