Cerulian blue oil colour in 60ml tube

14,00

Cerulean blue artist color with high pigment content, pure linseed oil and without solvents. The consistency is like butter at room temperature, and for many artists the paint can be used directly from the tube without the addition of paint medium

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Description

Cølinblå kunstnerfarve

Cerulean blue artist color with high pigment content, pure linseed oil and without solvents. The consistency is like butter at room temperature, and for many artists the paint can be used directly from the tube without the addition of paint medium.

Cerulean blue is a fresh and cool light blue color favored by many artists. It is the only cobalt blue pigment without a violet tone. The color does not change (unlike cobalt blue) tone in artificial light. The lightfast (not fading) synthetic pigment PB36 (Co2SnO4) was invented by the Swiss chemist Albrecht Höpfner in 1789 and was subsequently produced in Germany under the name Cölinblau. In 1860, George Rowney (now Daler Rowney) began marketing the same color as Cerulian Blue. It is drawn from the Latin caeruleus which is something that has to do with the sky, and you can definitely also let the color be included in ‘sky blue’.

This oil paint can and must be mixed with oil paints from other manufacturers. The same goes for paint. Since this is such a chemically pure and simple product without mysterious fillers, it must also be mixed with your own favorite paint, whether it is ponds and linseed oil, stand oil, black oil with litharge, Liquin ™, Oil gel ™ Maroger, lavender spikeoil, etc. Too good control over consistency and detail work, we recommend our own paint. If you use solvents to clean brushes outdoors or in a ventilated room, Gamsol ™, turpentine, Terpenoid ™ Alcohol and ethanol, etc can be used. If, on the other hand, you do not like solvents, you can use special cleansing soap or liquid brown soap for the same purpose

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

opag
Opaque

non-toxic
Cerulean blue is not toxic, but must not be eaten or otherwise ingested. The product has not been allergy-tested, but if you only use it for its intended purpose – to paint with a brush and palette knife – there is no immediate health risk.

This colour is known internationally as: Cerulean Blue | Cølinblå| Bleu céleste | Blu ceruleo| Cölinblau

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