Oil color set of green and blue colours

74,00

A box of oil paint for the professional or serious artist with 6 colors in 60ml tubes. The oil paint has strong pigmentation of only one pigment of highest lightfastness. This set is composed of Emerald Green, Chromium Green opaque, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Blue Dark, Celium Blue and Paris Blue.

Description

Sets of green and blue colors oil paint has a high content of pigment, pure linseed oil and without solvents. The consistency is like butter at room temperature.

Tubes of oil paint with green pigments

It is an advantage to use a green made directly from only one green pigment. The color power and gloss of a pure green exceeds that obtained by simply mixing a yellow color with blue. It is also easier to control tonal values. It is clearly seen in tones of a color when blending white that the graduation is completely pure with a single green pigment. Whereas it is not with a mixture of yellow and blue, as the two colors have vastly different power.

Green pigments have been used since ancient times, both in the form of natural soil and malachite and primarily by the Egyptians. The Greeks introduced value pig (copper acetate), one of the first artificial pigments, but unfortunately also toxic. in the 15th century, the introduction of copper resinate was again tried in European painting, but due to its toxicity, it was quickly discarded again, and it was not until the end of the 18th century, thanks to the advances in chemistry, that a new generation of greens could be introduced: cobalt green, cover green and viridian. (We are very proud of our Viridian (Emerald Green).

Viridian is a very stable and strong cold green color. Its excellent durability and lack of toxicity became an excellent replacement for all other greens, both old and modern.

It was the Impressionists who revived the use of the color green. The depiction of nature’s green color was revived during Impressionism partly due to the advent of tubes to store the colors in and which made it possible to paint on the spot, and partly thanks to the production of new and lighter green pigments.

Tubes of oil paint with blue pigments

The first blue pigment was originally azurite, a natural mineral. Later, the Egyptians produced Egyptian blue, which quickly spread throughout the ancient world, but in the Middle Ages, the recipe for this color was lost, so azurite and expensive ultramarine from Afghanistan were the only available sources of blue. In the 15th century, narrow, a finely ground blue glass came into use in oil painting. The first synthetic blue pigment produced was Parisian blue, which was soon followed by cobalt blue and celin blue. (All three included in our set of oil paints).

Paris blue, which is also one of the first modern pigments produced, has very high color strength. It is an iron hexacyanoferrate, which was discovered by chance while experimenting with the oxidation of iron. The pigment has been available to artists since 1724 and has been extremely popular since its discovery.

These tubes of oil paint can and must be mixed with oil paint 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 spike oil, 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.

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1 piece. 60ml, Emerald Green (Hydrated Chromium Oxide)

viridian

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

transparent
Transparent

non-toxic
Emerald green is not toxic / toxic, but must not be eaten or otherwise ingested. The product is not allergy-tested, but if you only use it for its intended purpose – painting with a brush and palette knife – there is no immediate health hazard.

This colour is known internationally as: Viridian | Smaragdgrøn | Vert émeraude| Verde smeraldo | Smaragdgrün


1 piece. 60ml, Chromium Green (Oxides of Chromium)

kromiltegrøn

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

opag
Opaque

non-toxic
Chromium spleen green is not toxic / 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: Chromium Oxide Green | Kromiltegrøn | Vert de chrome | Verde ossido | Chromoxidgrün


1 piece. 60ml, Ultramarine blue dark (Sodium Alumino Sulphosilicate)

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

transparent
Transparent

non-toxic
Ultramarine blue dark is not toxic / 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: Ultramarine Blue Dark | Ultramarinblå mørk | Bleu d’outremer foncé | Blu oltremare scuro| Ultramarinblau dunkel.


1 piece. 60ml, Cellulose Blue (Oxides of Cobalt and Aluminum)

Cølinblå kunstnerfarve

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

opag
Opaque

non-toxic
Celin blue is not toxic / 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


1 piece. 60ml, Cobalt blue dark (Oxides of Cobalt and Aluminum)

kobolt blå

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

halvt dækkende
Semi transparent

non-toxic
Cobalt blue dark is not toxic, but must not be eaten or otherwise ingested. The product is not allergy-tested, but if you use it only for its intended purpose – painting with a brush and palette knife – there is no immediate health hazard.

This colour is known internationally as: Cobalt Blue Dark | Koboltblå mørk | Bleu de cobalt foncé | Blu di cobalto scuro | Kobaltblau dunkel


1 piece. 60ml, Paris Blue (Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide)

parisian blue

lysægthed
Degree of lightfastness

opag
Opaque

non-toxic
Paris blue is not toxic / toxic, but must not be eaten or otherwise ingested. The product is not allergy-tested, but if you only use it for its intended purpose – painting with a brush and palette knife – there is no immediate health hazard.

This colour is known internationally as: Paris Blue | Pariserblå | Bleu de Paris | Azzurro di Parigi | Pariserblau


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