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Atramentum

Order number: 12030

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10 g (jar)
Order number: 12030.12010.104 16.00 USD *
1,600.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
50 g (jar)
Order number: 12030.12050.108 63.00 USD *
1,260.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
100 g (jar)
Order number: 12030.12100.112 100.00 USD *
1,000.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 kg (jar)
Order number: 12030.13010.124 905.00 USD *
Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
 

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Atramentum

ink stone, black

Produced from the tannic acid of oak bark in a reaction with iron salts, Atramentum is a deep black material that differs from carbon or iron oxide blacks. Historically also called „ink stone,“ it appears grayish black in watery media, which can act corrosive on paper supports. However, in linseed oil or resinous glazes this pigment develops its incomparable depth and lustre. Very lightfast.
  • Suitability Acrylics, Tempera, Watercolor / Gouache
  • Color Black
  • 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)

Atramentum

ink stone, black

Produced from the tannic acid of oak bark in a reaction with iron salts, Atramentum is a deep black material that differs from carbon or iron oxide blacks. Historically also called „ink stone,“ it appears grayish black in watery media, which can act corrosive on paper supports. However, in linseed oil or resinous glazes this pigment develops its incomparable depth and lustre. Very lightfast.
 
 

 

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.

 

No ACMI Certification Seals available.
 

Atramentum

ink stone, black

Produced from the tannic acid of oak bark in a reaction with iron salts, Atramentum is a deep black material that differs from carbon or iron oxide blacks. Historically also called „ink stone,“ it appears grayish black in watery media, which can act corrosive on paper supports. However, in linseed oil or resinous glazes this pigment develops its incomparable depth and lustre. Very lightfast.
 

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