RF Pigment Stick: Indian Yellow


RF Pigment Stick: Indian Yellow

38ml Transparent PY83

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Indian Yellow Pigment Stick A revolutionary development in painting, R&F Pigment Sticks are oil paint with just enough natural wax added to maintain a solid stick form. They are richly pigmented, with a lipstick soft consistency that gives them the same fluidity, subtlety, and durability as traditional oil colors, with the gestural spontaneity of direct drawing. A deep rich translucent yellow. The original Indian Yellow came from India. It was processed from cow’s urine and used in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries for watercolor. It was fugitive in oil. The modern version has the same warm tones as the original. Its permanence is equal to that of alizarin crimson, stable in full color, less so in tints. Indian Yellow Pigment Stick A revolutionary development in painting, R&F Pigment Sticks are oil paint with just enough natural wax added to maintain a solid stick form. They are richly pigmented, with a lipstick soft consistency that gives them the same fluidity, subtlety, and durability as traditional oil colors, with the gestural spontaneity of direct drawing. A deep rich translucent yellow. The original Indian Yellow came from India. It was processed from cow’s urine and used in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries for watercolor. It was fugitive in oil. The modern version has the same warm tones as the original. Its permanence is equal to that of alizarin crimson, stable in full color, less so in tints. Indian Yellow Pigment Stick A revolutionary development in painting, R&F Pigment Sticks are oil paint with just enough natural wax added to maintain a solid stick form. They are richly pigmented, with a lipstick soft consistency that gives them the same fluidity, subtlety, and durability as traditional oil colors, with the gestural spontaneity of direct drawing. A deep rich translucent yellow. The original Indian Yellow came from India. It was processed from cow’s urine and used in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries for watercolor. It was fugitive in oil. The modern version has the same warm tones as the original. Its permanence is equal to that of alizarin crimson, stable in full color, less so in tints. Indian Yellow Pigment Stick A revolutionary development in painting, R&F Pigment Sticks are oil paint with just enough natural wax added to maintain a solid stick form. They are richly pigmented, with a lipstick soft consistency that gives them the same fluidity, subtlety, and durability as traditional oil colors, with the gestural spontaneity of direct drawing. A deep rich translucent yellow. The original Indian Yellow came from India. It was processed from cow’s urine and used in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries for watercolor. It was fugitive in oil. The modern version has the same warm tones as the original. Its permanence is equal to that of alizarin crimson, stable in full color, less so in tints. Indian Yellow Pigment Stick A revolutionary development in painting, R&F Pigment Sticks are oil paint with just enough natural wax added to maintain a solid stick form. They are richly pigmented, with a lipstick soft consistency that gives them the same fluidity, subtlety, and durability as traditional oil colors, with the gestural spontaneity of direct drawing. A deep rich translucent yellow. The original Indian Yellow came from India. It was processed from cow’s urine and used in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries for watercolor. It was fugitive in oil. The modern version has the same warm tones as the original. Its permanence is equal to that of alizarin crimson, stable in full color, less so in tints. Indian Yellow Pigment Stick A revolutionary development in painting, R&F Pigment Sticks are oil paint with just enough natural wax added to maintain a solid stick form. They are richly pigmented, with a lipstick soft consistency that gives them the same fluidity, subtlety, and durability as traditional oil colors, with the gestural spontaneity of direct drawing. A deep rich translucent yellow. The original Indian Yellow came from India. It was processed from cow’s urine and used in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries for watercolor. It was fugitive in oil. The modern version has the same warm tones as the original. Its permanence is equal to that of alizarin crimson, stable in full color, less so in tints.

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