natural umber pigment, calcined umber pigment, chypre burnt umber pigment, verone greenish natural umber pigment, burnt umber pigment, violet umber pigment for paints and decorative plasters. Shadow pigments can also be coloured with the dominant colour of your paintings in order to create a pictorial harmony in your work.
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.
There are 6 products.
dark calcined umber pigment
burnt umber pigment
purple umber pigment
the purple umber pigment is a blend of mars violet, red oxide and black iron oxide resulting in a lightly shaded purplish eggplant color. The purple umber pigment is compatible with all binders and all techniques, however it will often be necessary to stir the container when painting because the red tends to settle at the bottom of the pot. It will also be necessary to add a little 95 ° alcohol to it in addition to the black soap to facilitate its dilution in the binders.
Verone greenish shadow pigment
Verone greenish shadow pigment is a 100% natural earth containing iron oxides and clays known since antiquity. It is a purified and ground natural soil which has good covering power. It gives a brown / green to gray green color with a transparent binder and a linen color in lime when dosed at approximately 10% by weight of lime paste. It is possible to increase the dosage to have a light minty brown. It is compatible with all binders and all techniques and can be diluted very well in water.