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Artist Water Colours Individual tube of French Ultramarine Blue in 9 ml

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Camel Artist Water Colours

Individual tube of French Ultramarine Blue in 9 ml

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9 ml

9 ml

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First introduced in 1965

Created using the semi-precious stone lapis lazuli, this is possibly the only pigment that has cost more than gold. It was mined in Afghanistan and reached Europe in the 13th century via the silk road. This rare and labour intensive mining produces the striking blue you see in this shade.

Shade

French Ultramarine

Shade Code

436

Working Time

High

Drying Time

Slow Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website May vary on shades, application, medium, weather conditions, and surface

Series Number

2

Pigment Code

PB 29, PV 23

Transparency

Transparent Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website See-through shades that are great for layering and glazing.

Permanency

B Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website Better Permanency can be achieved if used in Mass Tone or not used in Reduced and Wash Tone with shades that have a Permanency rating of B and C

Features

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Highly transparent effects

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High-quality pigment for greater vibrancy and long life

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Ideal to paint landscapes, floral life studies, portraits, and more

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100% vegan

Product Code - 1305436

Pro Tips from Artists

Use water colour paper that has a high fiber content.

Use archival or acid-free paper for the best results.

Use brushes which have a higher water retention capacity.

While painting, use safe water which is free of chemical and biological contamination.

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