Cadmium Green

Cadmium Green

Cadmium Green: A bright, light green mixture of Viridian and Cadmium Yellow. Opaque and useful to make muted colors of the natural world. No health labeling required. Pigment: Concentrated cadmium zinc sulfide, hydrated chromium oxide (PY 35, PG 18) Vehicle: Alkali...
Cobalt Green

Cobalt Green

Cobalt Green: An undervalued cool green with moderate masstone and very muted tint. No combination of blue and yellow will yield this unusual color of the American Southwest. Pigment: Oxides of cobalt and zinc (PG 19) Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil Lightfastness...
Emerald Green

Emerald Green

Emerald Green: An important color for painters who prefer the direct painting techniques of the Impressionists. This mixed color replaces the toxic arsenic-based original. Pigment: Chlorinated and bromated copper phthalocyanine, titanium dioxide, arylide yellow (PG36,...
Phthalo Green

Phthalo Green

Phthalo Green: A dark bluish green more closely resembles Verdigris than Viridian. First manufactured in 1927, Phthalo Green has a very high tinting strength and transparency. Consider using Phthalo Emerald, a warmer and more natural-looking color. Pigment:...
Phthalo Emerald

Phthalo Emerald

Phthalo Emerald (Green Yellow Shade): Had this warm version of Phthalo Green been made first, Phthalo Emerald would be a very popular color today. Pigment: Chlorinated and bromated copper phthalocyanine (PG 36) Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil Lightfastness I,...
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