PY35. Fast Drying. Semi-Opaque. Excellent lightfastness. Low Oil Content.
Cadmium Sulphide, with, as its name suggests, a greeny, tangy, sulphurous edge to it which does not run through mixes with quite the same strength as an Arylide lake. An inorganic pigment which lightens and increases the opacity of warm mixes without overthrowing them. The Cadmium range of pigments was introduced into production 1840-1890, as soon as costs permitted, and has proved the most artistically reliable of all the metal compounds discovered in the 19th century.
|To use with||Oil|
|Size : ml||40 ml|