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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. Alizarin Crimson Pigment

    Alizarin Crimson Pigment

    Starting at: £4.50

    Alizarin Crimson Pigment (PR83). Synthetic organic pigment, chemically identical to natural madder pigment.. Transparent - good glazing colour. Strong tinting strength. Moderately durable Lightfastness, but can fade against white grounds. High oil absorption with slow drying rate. Suitable for oil, egg tempera, acrylic and watercolour. Used since end of the 19th Century. Toxicity A/B. Learn More
  2. Coral Red Pigment

    Coral Red Pigment

    Starting at: £14.10

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  3. Cadmium Red Pigment

    Cadmium Red Pigment

    Starting at: £6.30

    Cadmium Red Pigment (PR108). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Cadmium Sulphoselenide). Opaque. Good tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Low oil absorption with slow drying rate. Suitable for all media except exterior. Used since early 20th Century. Toxicity B/C. Learn More
  4. Cadmium Red Deep Pigment

    Cadmium Red Deep Pigment

    Starting at: £10.10

    Cadmium Red Deep Pigment (PR108). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Cadmium Sulphoselenide). Opaque. Good tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Low oil absorption with slow drying rate. Suitable for all media except exterior. Used since early 20th Century. Toxicity B/C. Learn More
  5. Cadmium Vermilion Pigment

    Cadmium Vermilion Pigment

    Starting at: £7.50

    Cadmium Vermilion Pigment (PR108). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Cadmium Sulphoselenide). Opaque. Good tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Low oil absorption with slow drying rate. Suitable for all media except exterior. Used since early 20th Century. Toxicity B/C. Learn More
  6. Cadmium Brown Pigment

    Cadmium Brown Pigment

    Starting at: £10.00

    Cadmium Brown Pigment (PR108). Synthetic Inorganic pigment (Cadmium Sulphoselenide). Opaque. Good tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. Low oil absorption with slow drying rate. Suitable for all media except exterior. Used since early 20th Century. Toxicity B/C. Learn More
  7. Lead Red Pigment (Minium)

    Lead Red Pigment (Minium)

    Starting at: £4.50

    Lead Red Pigment (PR105). Inorganic pigment. Red Tetroxide of Lead made by heating either Lead White or Litharge pigment Opaque. Good tinting strength. Moderately durable Lightfastness, darkens in oil. Fast drying rate. Not very stable in any media, particularly water-based binders.Used as a red pigment since ancient Rome, where it was prepared by calcination of white lead. Toxicity D. Learn More
  8. Potters Pink Pigment

    Potters Pink Pigment

    Starting at: £7.30

    Potters Pink Pigment (PR233). Synthetic Inorganic pigment. Roasted Chromium and tin oxides. Opaque. Weak tinting strength. Good Lightfastness. Suitable for watercolours, ceramics, casein and lime fresco. Used since late 18th Century. Toxicity A. Learn More
  9. Ultramarine Pink Pigment

    Ultramarine Pink Pigment

    Starting at: £8.00

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  10. Quinacridone Magenta Pigment

    Quinacridone Magenta Pigment

    Starting at: £5.50

    Quinacridone Magenta Pigment (PR122). Organic pigment. Very transparent. High tinting strength. Excellent Lightfastness. High oil absorption with slow drying rate. Requires wetting agent. Suitable for all media. Developed in the 1950's. Toxicity A/B. Learn More

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