Alizarin Crimson: Cool, slightly bluish red with smoky glaze. 19th century “lake” color made by the fusing a dye on to a substrate. Only Alizarin Crimson is still commonly used by painters today.

Pigment: Synthetic 1:2 dihydroxyanthraquinone on alumina (PR 83)
Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil
Lightfastness III, Series 3, TRANSPARENT
Color Temperature: Cool

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