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Color: Alizarin Crimson
- Cool - slightly bluish red with smoky glaze.
- 19th century - lake - color made by the fusing a dye on to a substrate.
- Only Alizarin Crimson is still commonly used by painters today.
- 37ml tube
Details: Pure pigments and finest refined linseed oil are used to make Gamblin Artists Colors. Because no adulterants are used each color retains the unique characteristics of the pigments, including tinting strength, undertone and texture. Triple mill rolled for perfect oil encapsulation.