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PIGMENTS

linseed oil, and hence it does not destroy the most delicate tints, however light.


PIGMENTS LIABLE TO CHANGE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SULPHURETTED HYDROGEN, AIR AND MOISTURE.

  • Yellow. Chrome yellow, mineral yellow, Naples yellow.
  • White. Cremintz white, flake white, pearl white.
  • Red. Red lead, purple led, iodine scarlet.
  • Green. Verdigris, Scheele's green, emerald green, mountain green.
  • Blue. Prussian blue, Antwerp blue.
  • Orange. Orange chrome.


PIGMENTS LITTLE LIABLE TO CHANGE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SULPHURETTED HYDROGEN, AIR AND MOISTURE.

  • White. Zinc white, constant white, tin white.
  • Red. Vermilion, red ochre, Indian red, madder lakes.
  • Yellow. Yellow ochre, barium chromate, zinc chromate, aureolin, raw sienna.
  • Green. Chrome green, cobalt green.
  • Blue. Ultramarine, smalt, Thenard's blue.
  • Brown. Vandyke brown, raw umber, burnt umber, manganese brown, sepia.
  • Black. Ivory black, lamp black, Indian ink, graphite.
  • Orange. Orange vermilion, burnt sienna.


PIGMENTS LIABLE TO DETERIORATION WHEN IN CONTACT WITH WHITE LEAD, CHROME OR OTHER LEAD PIGMENT.

  • Yellow. Yellow orpiment, king's yellow, Indian yellow, gamboge.
  • Red. Iodine scarlet, cochineal, carmine.
  • Orange. Golden antimony sulphide, orange orpiment.
  • Green. Sap green.
  • Blue. Ultramarine.