PB29, Average Drying, Semi Transparant, Low Oil Content, Average Tint Power, Non-Toxic There are a few special pigment colours in the range; an example is a genuine Afghan lapis lazuli. The first and most noticeable thing about the lapis lazuli compared to the modern synthetic equivalent ultramarine blue, is the considerably less tinting and covering power and its slightly dirtier colour, though neither of these traits should be seen to detract from the natural beauty.
|Sub Brand||Michael Harding : Oil Colour|
|Colour : Type||Lapis|
|Colour : Group||Blue|
|To use with||Oil|
|Size : ml||60 ml|