Van Dyke Brown

Van Dyke Brown

Van Dyke Brown: Warmest Gamblin black. Good glazing color and useful for adding “gallery tone.” Completely lightfast and permanent, it’s made from ultramarine blue and iron oxide. Pigment: PBr7, PB29 Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil Lightfastness...
Ivory Black

Ivory Black

Ivory Black: A good, all-purpose black that’s a solid choice for mixing greys, tinting, and mixing with other colors. Slightly warm in its transparency with a weak tinting strength. Pigment: Bone black (PBk 9) Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil Lightfastness I,...
Mars Black

Mars Black

Mars Black: Slightly warm in its tint, this leanest (more matte) black dries more quickly than Ivory Black. Though not as black as Ivory Black, Mars Black has approximately three times the tinting strength and is very opaque. Cool in its masstone and strong, Mars...
Chromatic Black

Chromatic Black

Chromatic Black: A neutral, tinting black made from complementary colors rather than the usual carbon or iron oxide blacks. Pigment: Chlorinated and bromated phthalocyanine, quinacridone red b (PG36, PV19) Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil Lightfastness I, Series 2,...
Black Spinel

Black Spinel

Black Spinel: This most permanent of blacks is the only truly neutral black in masstone and tint. Because of its pigment’s crystalline shape, Black Spinel dries to a matte finish when no painting mediums are added. Long and ropey in texture, it contains no...
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