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  1. Gamboge Powder

    Gamboge Powder

    Starting at: £5.20

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    Natural tree resin. Bright, transparent yellow. Soluble in alcohol and is often used as a colourant for alcohol based varnishes. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  2. Gamboge Pipe Pieces

    Gamboge Pipe Pieces

    Starting at: £22.00

    Gamboge Pieces. While stocks last. Quotations available on larger sizes.

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  3. Litharge Pigment

    Litharge Pigment

    Starting at: £8.00

    Lead monoxide. Pale yellow similar to Naples Yellow. Little use as a pigment but often used as a drying agent in varnishes. Used by Romans. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  4. Madder Root Pieces

    Madder Root Pieces

    Starting at: £27.80

    Madder Root Pieces. Larger quantities are available by request. Learn More
  5. Carmine Red Genuine Pigment

    Carmine Red Genuine Pigment

    Starting at: £9.90

    Carmine Red Genuine Pigment. Requires wetting agent. Place of origin: Peru. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  6. Madder Lake Genuine Pigment

    Madder Lake Genuine Pigment

    Starting at: £10.20

    Madder Lake Genuine Pigment. Requires wetting agent. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  7. Cinnabar Pigment

    Cinnabar Pigment

    Starting at: £16.00

    Naturally occurring mercuric sulphide. Bright, opaque orange-red pigment. Used extensively for thousands of years. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  8. Rose Madder Genuine Pigment

    Rose Madder Genuine Pigment

    Starting at: £15.80

    Alizarin lake made by extracting dye from madder root and precipitating onto an inert base. In use since Roman times. Requires wetting agent. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  9. Vermilion Genuine Pigment

    Vermilion Genuine Pigment

    Starting at: £15.90

    Vermilion Genuine Pigment. Larger sizer available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  10. Azurite Pigment

    Azurite Pigment

    Starting at: £11.80

    Native basic copper carbonate. Rare antecedent of cobalt and cerulean blues. Usage dates back to the Romans. Works poorly in oil and is therefore used primarily in aqueous media. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  11. Genuine Malachite Pigment

    Genuine Malachite Pigment

    Starting at: £14.90

    Greenish variety of native copper carbonate used as a pigment by ancient Egyptians. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  12. Synthetic Malachite Pigment

    Synthetic Malachite Pigment

    Starting at: £4.20

    Artificial Copper Carbonate. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  13. Lead Tin Yellow Light Pigment

    Lead Tin Yellow Light Pigment

    Starting at: £4.80

    Bright yellow first used in the Middle Ages as a replacement for Orpiment. Suitable for oil based media. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  14. Lead Tin Yellow Dark Pigment

    Lead Tin Yellow Dark Pigment

    Starting at: £4.80

    Lead Tin Yellow Dark Pigment. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  15. Realgar Pigment

    Realgar Pigment

    Starting at: £12.75

    Arsenic disulphide. Yellow orange colour. First used by ancient Egyptians. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  16. Blue Verditer Pigment

    Blue Verditer Pigment

    Starting at: £4.90

    Copper hydroxide plus copper carbonate. Widely used in mid 18th century. Best in non oil based media. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  17. Egyptian Blue Pigment

    Egyptian Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £5.90

    Mixture of copper silicates. One of the earliest artificial pigments. Used in Egypt from about 3000 BC then used by the Romans. Superseded by smalt. Suitable for fresco and distemper. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  18. Verdigris Pigment

    Verdigris Pigment

    Starting at: £4.90

    Hydrated copper acetate. Early artificial pigment which dates from Roman times. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  19. Ivory Black Genuine Pigment

    Ivory Black Genuine Pigment

    Starting at: £38.00

    Made by burning ivory scrapes. Fine and intense with a high carbon content. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. While stocks last. Learn More
  20. Smalt Light Pigment

    Smalt Light Pigment

    Starting at: £5.20

    A variety of cobalt blue glass. Historically considered to be the direct continuation of Egyptian Blue. First made in the 17th century. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  21. Smalt Dark Pigment

    Smalt Dark Pigment

    Starting at: £5.30

    A variety of cobalt blue glass. Historically considered to be the direct continuation of Egyptian Blue. First made in the 17th century. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  22. Lapis Lazuli Light Pigment

    Lapis Lazuli Light Pigment

    Starting at: £10.20

    Usage dates from the Middle Ages when it was the only reliable blue pigment. Different intensities of genuine ultramarine are caused by the varying intensities of colour in the original lazurite vein. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  23. Lapis Lazuli Dark Pigment

    Lapis Lazuli Dark Pigment

    Starting at: £12.20

    Lapis Lazuli Dark Pigment. Usage dates from the Middle Ages when it was the only reliable blue pigment. Different intensities of genuine ultramarine are caused by the varying intensities of colour in the original lazurite vein. Larger sizes available. Please ask for quotation. Learn More
  24. Alumina Hydrate Light

    Alumina Hydrate Light

    Starting at: £8.30

    A light powder, which can be ground in oils and becomes almost colourless and transparent. It is an extender and has high absorbent characteristics. Provides brushing consistency and stability in tube colours. When combined with linseed oil produces an almost transparent painting medium which ma be used to extend oil colours. Will not incease gloss. Learn More
  25. Fumed Silica

    Fumed Silica

    Starting at: £13.60

    An inert substance with coarse texture and no colouring capability. Use in grounds and to provide tooth to mixed paints. Also used as an adulterant. Can be used for thickening acrylic and oil mediums. Learn More
  26. Plaster of Paris

    Plaster of Paris

    Starting at: £5.00

    For moulding when mixed with the same volume of water. Sets quickly and will not shrink. Learn More
  27. Gypsum

    Gypsum

    Starting at: £5.70

    An inert substance used as an adulterant and can be used as a painting ground. Will create tooth an absorbency when added to acrylic primer. Learn More
  28. Marble Dust

    Marble Dust

    Starting at: £4.70

    Imparts textue when added to acrylic mediums and primers. Used in lime mortar. Meets paint pigment specificitions in its fine form. Mesh size: Course (Irregular granules), Medium (16) and Fine (100). Learn More
  29. Pumice Powder

    Pumice Powder

    Starting at: £5.70

    Volcanic rock in powdered form. Used to provide tooth to grounds. Learn More
  30. Whiting

    Whiting

    Starting at: £3.80

    Refinded bulky pigment for use as an extender or adulterant. Used for making gesso when combined with rabbit skin glue. Learn More

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