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  1. Green Earth Light Pigment

    Green Earth Light Pigment

    Starting at: £4.95

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  2. Cobalt Green Deep Pigment

    Cobalt Green Deep Pigment

    Starting at: £9.20

    PG19

    Cobalt Green is a synthetic pigment that consists of compounds of cobalt and zinc oxides. It is sometimes referred to as Rinman's Green, after the Swedish chemist who discovered it in the late-18th century. It is a permanent, opaque colour, with a weak tinting strength. It dries quite quickly in oil, requiring a high oil content and  forming a hard, fairly fleixible paint film. Cobalt Green is available in light and dark shades; the colour is determined by the amount of zinc oxide present.

    Toxicity: B

    Please note, unfortunately we are not able to send this product outside the UK.

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  3. Phthalo Green Pigment

    Phthalo Green Pigment

    Starting at: £8.10

    Phthalo (Mona) Green Pigment (PG7). Organic pigment (Chlorinated Copper Phthalocyanine). Transparent. Very high tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Medium to slow drying rate. Requires wetting agent. Suitable for all media. Developed in 1927. Toxicity B Learn More
  4. Cobalt Green Light Pigment

    Cobalt Green Light Pigment

    Starting at: £8.70

    PG19

    Cobalt Green is a synthetic pigment that consists of compounds of cobalt and zinc oxides. It is sometimes referred to as Rinman's Green, after the Swedish chemist who discovered it in the late-18th century. It is a permanent, opaque colour, with a weak tinting strength. It dries quite quickly in oil, requiring a high oil content and  forming a hard, fairly fleixible paint film. Cobalt Green is available in light and dark shades; the colour is determined by the amount of zinc oxide present.

    Toxicity: B

    Please note, unfortunately we are not able to send this product outside the UK.

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  5. Burnt Green Earth Pigment

    Burnt Green Earth Pigment

    Starting at: £8.00

    PG23 Burnt Green Earth is a semi-transparent pigment that is stable in all media, although it may be difficult to incorporate into an acrylic binder. A calcined form of Green Earth, it has a low tinting strength, long drying time, and is very lightfast. Toxicity: B Limeproof Learn More
  6. Viridian Green Pigment

    Viridian Green Pigment

    Starting at: £6.30

    Viridian Green is a synthetic inorganic pigment, similar in composition to Chromium Oxide. However, unlike Chromium Oxide, Viridian contains water molecules within its crystal structure, imparting a greater degree of transparency. Sometimes referred to as Verte Eméraude, Viridian was discovered in France in 1838, patented in 1859, and made available in the UK in 1862. It is stable in all media, and offers excellent lightfastness and good tinting strength. It requires a high oil content, and dries slowly to form a hard, fairly flexible paint film.

    Toxicity B

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  7. London Pigment, Portuguese Green Earth Pigment

    London Pigment, Portuguese Green Earth Pigment

    £20.00

    This pigment comes in a 20 ml glass vial with hand finished wax seal and label. Learn More
  8. London Pigment, English Green Earth

    London Pigment, English Green Earth

    £30.00

    Prepared by hand and bottled in a rare, hand-blown laboratory glass Weighing Bottle. 20 ml. Gently twist the hand-formed, flame-like stopper and pull carefully to open. Learn More

  9. London Pigment, Hampshire Green Earth Pigment

    London Pigment, Hampshire Green Earth Pigment

    £20.00

    This pigment comes in a 20 ml glass vial with hand finished wax seal and label. Learn More
  10. Raw Umber Greenish Pigment

    Raw Umber Greenish Pigment

    Starting at: £4.80

    PBr7

    Raw Umber Greenish is a natural earth pigment composed of iron oxide, manganese, and aluminium silicate. It has its roots in the Umbria region of Italy, and was historically a popular colour for underpaintings, as it dries very quickly. It is semi-opaque, very lightfast, and stable in all media but may be difficult to disperse in acrylic. It requires a large amount of liquid when mixed with oil.

    Toxicity: B

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  11. Terre Verte Pigment

    Terre Verte Pigment

    Starting at: £4.00

    Terre Verte, sometimes known as Green Earth, is a natural earth pigment derived from clay coloured by iron silicate. As with other natural pigments, impurities can prevent it from fully dispersing in an acrylic binder, although it is a popular pigment in all other mediums. It has been in use since antiquity, providing excellent lightfastness and great transparency, with a low tinting strength. It requires a high volume of oil, and dries slowly to create a soft, flexible paint film. When calcined, Terre Verte becomes Burnt Green Earth.
    Toxicity B Learn More

  12. Chromium Oxide Pigment

    Chromium Oxide Pigment

    Starting at: £4.50

    Chromium Oxide is a synthetic mixed-metal oxide pigment. It is stable in all media and has an average drying speed in oil, forming a hard, fairly flexible paint film. It is opaque, with a low tinting strength. It has been widely available since the mid-nineteenth century, following its introduction in 1809.

    Please note, unfortunately we are not able to send this product outside the UK.

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  13. Phthalo Turquoise Pigment

    Phthalo Turquoise Pigment

    Starting at: £17.00

    Phthalo Turquoise Pigment (PB15.3, PG7, PW21). Mixture of Phthalo Green, Phthalo Blue and Blanc Fixe. Transparent. Excellent Lightfastness. Requires wetting agent. Toxicity B Learn More
  14. Cobalt Turquoise Pigment

    Cobalt Turquoise Pigment

    Starting at: £18.00

    Toxicity: B

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  15. Small, 15ml Pigment sizes

    Small, 15ml Pigment sizes

    Starting at: £4.00

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  16. Pearl Lustre Pigments 100g

    Pearl Lustre Pigments 100g

    Starting at: £12.90

    Pearl Lustre Pigments 100g. Colour swatch on the left indicates colour on a White Background and Colour on a Black Background on the right. Learn More
  17. Pearl Lustre Pigments 1 kg

    Pearl Lustre Pigments 1 kg

    Starting at: £94.00

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    Pearl Lustre Pigments 1 kg. Colour swatch on the left indicates colour on a White Background and Colour on a Black Background on the right. Learn More
  18. Pearl Lustre Pigments 7g

    Pearl Lustre Pigments 7g

    Starting at: £4.70

    Pearl Lustre Pigments 7g. Colour swatch on the left indicates colour on a White Background and Colour on a Black Background on the right. Learn More
  19. Mars Violet Pigment

    Mars Violet Pigment

    Starting at: £4.50

    PR101

    Mars Violet is an artificial mineral pigment. Its pigment code, PR101, refers to a wide spectrum of synthetic iron oxide pigments including yellows, oranges, reds, violet-browns and green-browns, which replace many natural earth colours, to provide pigments without impurities and with great opacity. It has a good tinting strength, is lightfast and stable in all media, and has a medium drying time in oil. Although it is similar to Caput Mortuum and Indian Red, it is less transparent than the former and warmer than the latter.

    Toxicity: B

    Limeproof

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  20. Prussian Blue Pigment

    Prussian Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £5.20

    PB27

    Prussian Blue is a synthetic organic pigment that was discovered by the paint maker Diesbach, apparently by accident, in Germany in the early eighteenth century. For many years, it was used not only as a colour in its own right, but also as a component of the original Hooker's Green. The other ingredient, gamboge, is highly fugitive, which is why many watercolours painted with Hooker's green have taken on a bluish tone with with age.  

    It is a very transparent and heavily staining colour. It dries quite quickly in oil, and can therefore wrinkly if applied too quickly. It is suitable for use in oils, watercolour, and egg tempera. However, it shouldn't be used in conjunction with alkali substances, such as Lead White or Calcium Carbonate as it can turn brown, so it isn't suitable for fresco. For the same reason, it isn't used with acrylic resin binders due to their alkaline nature, so most paint manufacturers will replace Prussian Blue with a mixture of Phthalo Blue and black in their acrylic ranges. It requires a wetting agent to fully disperse into a binder.

    Toxicity: B

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  21. Indian Red Pigment

    Indian Red Pigment

    Starting at: £4.60

    PR101

    Indian Red was imported into the UK during the nineteenth century, its present-day equivalent is a synthetic iron oxide. Its pigment code, PR101, refers to a wide spectrum of synthetic iron oxide pigments including yellows, oranges, reds, violet-browns and green-browns; Indian Red is a slightly cool, bluish shade of red. It is semi-opaque, stable in all media, lightfast, and possesses a good tinting strength 

    Toxicity: B

    Limeproof

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  22. Lemon Yellow Pigment

    Lemon Yellow Pigment

    Starting at: £7.00

    Lemon Yellow Pigment (PY31). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Barium Chromate). Opaque but transparent in a glaze. Low tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Low oil absorption with medium drying rate. Recommended for oils but can turn slightly greenish when mixed with binder. Used since beginning of the 19th Century. Toxicity D

    Please note, unfortunately we are not able to send this product outside the UK.

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  23. Chrome Yellow Light Pigment

    Chrome Yellow Light Pigment

    Starting at: £10.00

    Chrome Yellow Light Pigment (PY34). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Lead Chromate). Opaque. Good tinting strength. Lightfastness is good, but in some cases unstable as it can darken and turn greenish. Low oil absorption with fast drying rate. Recommended for oils not suitable for water-based mediums. Used since late 18th Century. Toxicity D.

    Please note, unfortunately we are not able to send this product outside the UK.

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  24. Cornelissen Pigment Set of 30 Colours

    Cornelissen Pigment Set of 30 Colours

    £130.00

    The perfect introduction to working with pigment, this selection of thirty pigments provides a wide range of colours for the production of paint. Each colour is supplied in a 15ml plastic jar, and the set includes both natural and synthetic colours. Recipes can be found on our homepage, with instructions for making different paints, including watercolour, egg tempera and oil paint. Learn More

  25. Mars Red Pigment

    Mars Red Pigment

    Starting at: £4.50

    PR101

    Mars Red is an artificial mineral pigment. Its pigment code, PR101, refers to a wide spectrum of synthetic iron oxide pigments including yellows, oranges, reds, violet-browns and green-browns, which replace many natural earth colours to provide pigments without impurities and with great opacity. It has a good tinting strength, is lightfast and stable in all media, and has a medium drying time in oil.

    Toxicity: B

    Limeproof

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  26. Manganese Blue Pigment

    Manganese Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £49.50

    PB33

    Manganese Blue is an articficial mineral pigment, that is prepared by heating sodium sulphate, potassium permanganate and barium nitrate to 750-800 degrees Celcius. It has been produed as a pigment and as a colourant for cement since the 1930s, and is notable for its quick drying time in oils, its high transparency, and its bright, slightly greenish colour. Its weak tinting strength can cause it to be overwhelmed in mixtures, and it has a tendency to granulate as a watercolour. It is no longer used in commercial paints, but many manufacturers offer a Manganese Blue Hue, which is typically based upon Phthalocyanine Blue.   

    Production of this pigment has now ceased, due to environmental and health concerns, therefore it is only available while stocks last.

    Toxicity: C

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  27. Stil de Grain

    Stil de Grain

    Starting at: £12.20

    NY13:75640 Stil de Grain is a natural yellow pigment derived from unripe buckthorn berries, which were also once used to produce sap green pigment before the introduction of synthetic alternatives. Stil de Grain may also be known as brown lake, yellow lake, Persian lake, buckthorn lake, Dutch pink, yellow carmine and Italian pink. It has a weak tinting strength, and is very transparent, especially in oil. When mixed with oil, the pigment becomes saturated, darkening considerably in colour and drying very slowly, whereas in a water-based paint it is appears as a warm yellow. It is very fugitive to light, and compatible with all media, except lime. Larger quantities are available by request. Learn More
  28. Chrome Yellow Orange Pigment

    Chrome Yellow Orange Pigment

    Starting at: £14.00

    Chrome Yellow Orange Pigment (PY34). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Lead Chromate). Opaque. Good tinting strength. Lightfastness is good, but in some cases unstable as it can darken and turn greenish. Low oil absorption with fast drying rate. Recommended for oils not suitable for water-based mediums. Used since late 18th Century. Toxicity D.

    Please note, unfortunately we are not able to send this product outside the UK.

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  29. Cadmium Green Pigment

    Cadmium Green Pigment

    Starting at: £4.50

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    Cadmium Green is an artificial mineral pigment, a mixture of Cobalt and Cadmium Yellow. It is an opaque, lightfast, slow-drying pigment with a high tinting strength.

    Toxicity C

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  30. London Pigment, Wild Weld Pigment

    London Pigment, Wild Weld Pigment

    £22.00

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    This lake pigment is made from the seeds, leaves and stem of the weld plant (Reseda Luteola) and for a natural dye based pigment is an incredibly lightfast warm yellow. Weld was used extensively throughout the 1700s -1800s to dye textiles and when mixed with verdigris the resulting grassy shade is known as the historical colour ‘Lincoln’s green’. Weld is a rare pigment to use as the pigment is not featured in many paint ranges due to its availability. Also many pigment suppliers will not have it as part of their offering. This pigment is made by extracting the soluble dye material from the plants and converting it into insoluble pigment, this is known as the leaking process. It comes in a 20 ml glass bottle with cork and wax seal. Learn More

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