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Iron Oxide Orange, No. 10

Order number: 1675310

medium, approx. 27 µ




 

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20 g (jar)
Order number: 1675310.12020.104 17.00 USD *
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100 g (jar)
Order number: 1675310.12100.108 67.00 USD *
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Iron Oxide Orange, No. 10

medium, approx. 27 µ

For the last few centuries Japanese painting technique has made use of a new quality of pigments for watercolor painting and woodblock printing. This particular technique is called Enogu, for which pigments are made in exactly specified particle sizes - the particles are basically all the same size and shape. Colors of a unique particle size appear more brilliant. The sizes are given with the numbers: no. 8 = 50 µ, no. 10 = 27 µ, no. 12 = 14 µ, no. 14 = 5 µ.
  • Suitability Acrylics, Lime / Fresco, Oil, Tempera, Watercolor / Gouache
  • Color Yellow, Orange
  • Lightfastness medium 8 (1 is poor, 8 is best)
  • Lightfastness thinned 8 (1 is poor, 8 is best)
  • Lightfastness concentrated 8 (1 is poor, 8 is best)

Iron Oxide Orange, No. 10

medium, approx. 27 µ

For the last few centuries Japanese painting technique has made use of a new quality of pigments for watercolor painting and woodblock printing. This particular technique is called Enogu, for which pigments are made in exactly specified particle sizes - the particles are basically all the same size and shape. Colors of a unique particle size appear more brilliant. The sizes are given with the numbers: no. 8 = 50 µ, no. 10 = 27 µ, no. 12 = 14 µ, no. 14 = 5 µ.
 
 

 

WARNING: Exercise care when using dry pigments. Do not eat, drink or smoke. Avoid breathing dust. Use a NIOSH-certified dust respirator. Wash hands immediately after use. If creation of dust is likely, wear protective clothing.

 

Keep out of reach of children.

 

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Iron Oxide Orange, No. 10

medium, approx. 27 µ

For the last few centuries Japanese painting technique has made use of a new quality of pigments for watercolor painting and woodblock printing. This particular technique is called Enogu, for which pigments are made in exactly specified particle sizes - the particles are basically all the same size and shape. Colors of a unique particle size appear more brilliant. The sizes are given with the numbers: no. 8 = 50 µ, no. 10 = 27 µ, no. 12 = 14 µ, no. 14 = 5 µ.
 

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