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Pigments Gums & Resins

Pigments Gums & Resins

Cornelissen has specialised in the supply of artists’ pigments since 1855. We source, process and pack more than one hundred different pigments from all over the world. We select pigments for their specific artists’ quality properties. Included in our range is a limited selection of relatively obscure pigments known as our Early Colours. We supply a wide range of raw materials for many painting, gilding and printmaking applications and the studio equipment we sell includes glass slabs and a range of mullers. We also stock a variety of glass storage containers.

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  1. Azure Blue Pigment

    Azure Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £12.00

    Azure Blue Pigment (PB28). Inorganic pigment made from various aluminium, zinc and cobalt compounds. Semi-opaque. Weak tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Toxicity C. Learn More
  2. Antwerp Blue Pigment

    Antwerp Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £4.50

    Antwerp Blue Pigment (PB27, PW22). Prussian Blue mixed with Blanc Fixe (Barium Sulphate). Transparent. Good Lightfastness.Toxicity A/B Learn More
  3. Cerulean Blue Pigment

    Cerulean Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £9.50

    Cerulean Blue Pigment (PB35). Inorganic pigment. Cobalt sulphate, tin salts and silica. Semi-transparent. Average tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Medium oil absorption with medium drying rate (absorbs better in Poppy Oil binder). Suitable for all media. G. Rowney introduced it in 1860. Often called 'Sky Blue' from Latin 'Coeruleum. Toxicity B Learn More
  4. Cobalt Blue Pigment

    Cobalt Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £6.30

    Cobalt Blue Pigment (PB28). Inorganic pigment. Semi-transparent. Weak tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Fair drying in Linseed oil, but performs better with slower drying Poppy Oil binder. Low oil content. Stable in all media. Used since 1804. Toxicity C Learn More
  5. Indigo Blue Synthetic Pigment

    Indigo Blue Synthetic Pigment

    Starting at: £5.50

    Indigo Blue Synthetic Pigment (VB1). Organic pigment. Transparent. Good tinting strength. Moderate Lightfastness, slower fading rate than Genuine Indigo. Requires wetting agent. Suitable for oil and water-based media. Developed in late 19th Century. Toxicity A/B Learn More
  6. Indigo Blue Genuine Pigment

    Indigo Blue Genuine Pigment

    Starting at: £6.30

    Indigo Blue Genuine Pigment (NB1). Natural Vegetable pigment derived from the plant Indigofera tinctoria. Transparent. Good tinting strength. Poor Lightfastness. Slow drying rate in oil binder. Suitable for oil, egg tempera, acrylic and watercolour. Requires wetting agent. Imported from India in 1600's. Toxicity A Learn More
  7. Oriental Blue Pigment

    Oriental Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £5.40

    Oriental Blue Pigment (PB29). Inorganic pigment consisting kaolin, soda ash, sulfides and coal. Semi-transparent. High tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Medium to slow drying rate. Suitable in all media except Lime-fresco. Used since early 19th Century. Toxicity B Learn More
  8. Manganese Blue Pigment

    Manganese Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £49.50

    Manganese Blue Pigment (PB33). Inorganic pigment. Transparent - good glazing colour. Weak tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Fast drying rate. Suitable for all media. Introduced in 1930's, but first manufactured in Europe in 1980's. Toxicity C. ***WHILE STOCKS LAST*** Learn More
  9. Phthalo Blue Pigment

    Phthalo Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £21.00

    Phthalo (Mona) Blue Pigment (PB15:3). Organic pigment (Copper Phthalocyanine). Transparent. High tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Medium to slow drying rate. Requires wetting agent. Suitable for all media. When used at full strength a copper sheen is visible in dried paint film. Used since 1930's. Toxicity C. ***WHILE STOCKS LAST*** Learn More
  10. Prussian Blue Pigment

    Prussian Blue Pigment

    Starting at: £4.00

    Prussian Blue Pigment (PB27). Inorganic pigment produced by oxidation of ferrous ferrocyanide salts. Transparent - good glazing colour. Strong tinting strength. Good Lightfastness. Medium drying rate and oil absorption (and therefore wrinkles if applied thickly). Suitable for oil, egg tempera and watercolour, but not acrylic or fresco as reacts with alkaline. Requires wetting agent. Used since early 18th Century. Toxicity B Learn More
  11. Ultramarine Blue Dark Pigment

    Ultramarine Blue Dark Pigment

    Starting at: £4.00

    Ultramarine Blue Dark Pigment (PB29). Inorganic pigment consisting kaolin, soda ash, sulfides and coal. Semi-transparent. High tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Medium to slow drying rate. Suitable in all media except Lime-fresco. For fresco, we recommend Ultramarine Lime-wash pigment. Used since early 19th Century. Toxicity B Learn More
  12. Ultramarine Blue Light Pigment

    Ultramarine Blue Light Pigment

    Starting at: £5.30

    Ultramarine Blue Light Pigment (PB29). Inorganic pigment consisting kaolin, soda ash, sulfides and coal. Semi-transparent. High tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Medium to slow drying rate. Suitable in all media except Lime-fresco. For fresco, we recommend Ultramarine Lime-wash pigment. Used since early 19th Century. Toxicity B Learn More
  13. Ultramarine Blue Limewash Pigment

    Ultramarine Blue Limewash Pigment

    Starting at: £6.30

    Ultramarine Blue Limewash Pigment Learn More
  14. Ultramarine PB29 Pigment

    Ultramarine PB29 Pigment

    Starting at: £9.10

    Ultramarine PB32 Pigment Learn More

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