Cerulean Blue

Cerulean Blue

Cerulean Blue: Mixed metal oxide from the early 19th century with an important place on the mineral palette because blues are rarely shifted to the cool, green side, like this one. Very muted in its tint so most valuable as a pure hue. Pigment: Oxides of cobalt &...
Cerulean Blue Hue

Cerulean Blue Hue

Cerulean Blue Hue: A medium, semi-transparent blue. Other Series 2 blues are transparent, so Robert Gamblin formulated this color for painters looking for more opacity at a reasonable price. Cerulean Blue Hue has a higher tinting strength than its namesake. Pigment:...
Cobalt Blue

Cobalt Blue

Cobalt Blue: “True blue,” first manufactured in 1804. This color is well worth the price because of its working properties and unique color, which cannot be mixed. Pigment: Oxides of cobalt & aluminum (PB 28) Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil...
Cobalt Teal

Cobalt Teal

Cobalt Teal: An elegant and intense pure hue that replaces Turquoise. Pigment: Oxides of cobalt and aluminum (PB28) Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil Lightfastness I, Series 4, OPAQUE, SDS
Manganese Blue Hue

Manganese Blue Hue

Manganese Blue Hue: Gamblin’s version is an excellent recreation of the original color, successfully replacing an obsolete pigment. Cool, transparent blue with green undertone; especially useful for painting sky and water. Pigment: Copper phthalocyanine (PB...
Phthalo Blue

Phthalo Blue

Phthalo Blue: Warm blue first made for printmaking ink (cyan) to replace Prussian Blue in the 1920’s. With clean, pure masstone and transparency, Phthalo Blue, like all modern colors, has high tinting strength. Pigment: Copper phthalocyanine (PB 15:2) Vehicle:...
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