Van Dyke Brown: Warmest Gamblin black. Good glazing color and useful for adding "gallery tone." Gamblin Van Dyke Brown, named for the great painter who loved this dark transparent color, matches the 18th c. original in masstone and tint but ours, unlike the peat moss-based original, is a permanent color.
Pigment: Bone black, iron oxide (PBk 9, PBr 7)
Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil
Lightfastness I, Series 1, SEMI-TRANSPARENT
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