Colour Index 1. Fast Drying. Low Oil Content. Lead Stannate. Toxic.
These deliciously soft, subtle lemony hues dates back many centuries. Artists like Vermeer used Lead Tin Yellows to paint draperies and fur trim. Known for their incredibly high covering power they also blend beautifully with blues to create subtle greens. “Girl Reading an Open Letter by the Window” painted by Vermeer is a wonderful example of Lead Tin Yellows and Azurite blended to create the green trompe d’oeile curtain.
Play Video Comparing Lead Tin Yellow Light and Lemon - Michael Harding Oil Colour with Vicki Norman
|To use with||Oil|
|Size : ml||225 ml|