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green pigments

green pigments

green pigments. the green pigments are natural earths or chromium oxides. their shades range from almond or clay green to pistachio green, turquoise green and English green.Pigments are particles of fine material which have the function of modifying the colour of paints, coatings, mortars, lime or concrete, in which they are diffused. There are natural pigments and synthetic pigments. According to each pigment we will have a more or less strong colouring power. The colour of the binder will also have an influence on the final shade. Namely, the natural green earths do not have a strong tinting strength.

verone green earth pigment
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verone green earth pigment
verone green earth pigment is a 100% natural coloring earth from the verona region. It is purified, desiccated and ground by ball mills. Known since antiquity, it is sought after in the artistic fields and restoration. It is suitable for all painting techniques and in the fresco technique for the tracing of shadow marking.
€2.25
antique green pigment
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the antique green pigment is a 100% natural earth from the verone region. This earth is purified, dried and crushed. It gives a dark green / khaki to bronze appearance. this pigment is very sought after in decoration and is very appreciated for its quality of semi transparency and great softness. It can be used in all painting and plaster techniques and with all binders.
€2.33
green lime pigment
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The green lime pigment is a mixture of copper phthalocyanine and calcium carbonate with a light green, slightly bluish and fairly bright colour. Compatible with all binders and all techniques. In lime and dosed at 15% of the weight of the lime, it gives a soft and pale light green colour. Nevertheless, in order to be able to mix it better, it will be necessary to add a little 95° household alcohol and liquid black soap.
€1.50
turquoise green pigment
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the turquoise green pigment is a mixture of copper phthalocyanines giving a fairly bright light green color and slightly bluish depending on the binder and the dosage used. A dosage of 15% by weight of lime paste will give a pale water green color. It will be necessary to use a little alcohol at 95 ° to dilute it well, otherwise there is a risk of rockets in the coatings or whitewashes (prepare a syrup before incorporating it into the mixtures).

€1.88
wagon green pigment
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wagon green pigment is a mixture of iron oxides and organic pigment which gives a colour from dark green, moss green to soft green. This pigment is compatible with all techniques and binders. Mixed in lime at a dosage of 30% of the weight of lime (the maximum, beyond that does not tint any stronger) you will obtain a moss green colour.
€2.92
wormwood green pigment
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the wormwood green pigment is a mixture of green organic pigments fixed on calcium carbonates and sulphates which gives a soft green / anise / almond color. This pigment is compatible with all techniques and all binders. A dosage in lime paste at 30% of the lime weight gives a light anise green color. This dosage is the maximum in lime, beyond that it does not color more.
€2.29
old green pigment
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the old green pigment is an oxide of chromium discovered by a chemist named Pannetier in the 19th century. This pigment gives an English green or light wagon color. Pigment compatible with all techniques and binders. It is a very opaque and very solid earthy green that I particularly recommend in the fresco technique.
€3.25
soft green pigment
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the soft green pigment is a mixture of chromium oxides and minerals giving a very slightly bluish green with a white binder and a slightly bluish light green with a transparent binder similar to malachite green.
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€2.29