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Temperone

Order number: 79250

Venetian painting medium




 

Delivery time approx. 5 working days

100 ml (glass)
Order number: 79250.20100.325 24.00 USD *
240.00 USD * / 1000 ml Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 l (glass)
Order number: 79250.21100.355 212.00 USD *
Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
 

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Sold only to professional users. Please read the material safety data sheet (MSDS).

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Handling and Warnings

Temperone is best kept in the refrigerator, where it will last for about 6 months.

Safety Information

GHS07
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Hazard designation

  • H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction.

Safety Information

  • P270: Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.
  • P280a: Wear protective gloves/ clothing.
 
 

Temperone

Venetian painting medium

Temperone is made according to a recipe from the 16th century and is a water-thinnable emulsion of rye flour, larch turpentine, linseed oil, honey and distilled water. The properties of this medium yield an excellent adhesion on oil and emulsion grounds. History: Painters like Tintoretto required a fast-drying and cheap medium to finish large-scale work in a short time. Temperone makes it possible to paint quickly, up to 10 layers in one day. It dries within minutes to a satin gloss, and can be overpainted immediately. The emulsion remains water-soluble for a while, making it ideal for a sketch-like painting process that is easily corrected. Temperone is highly elastic on canvas and has good pigment binding properties. To impart lustre and durability, a final varnish of sandarac dissolved in ethyl alcohol is recommended.
  • Chemical description: Painting medium
  • Loeslichkeit insoluble
  • Form liquid

Temperone

Venetian painting medium

Temperone is made according to a recipe from the 16th century and is a water-thinnable emulsion of rye flour, larch turpentine, linseed oil, honey and distilled water. The properties of this medium yield an excellent adhesion on oil and emulsion grounds. History: Painters like Tintoretto required a fast-drying and cheap medium to finish large-scale work in a short time. Temperone makes it possible to paint quickly, up to 10 layers in one day. It dries within minutes to a satin gloss, and can be overpainted immediately. The emulsion remains water-soluble for a while, making it ideal for a sketch-like painting process that is easily corrected. Temperone is highly elastic on canvas and has good pigment binding properties. To impart lustre and durability, a final varnish of sandarac dissolved in ethyl alcohol is recommended.
 
 

 

WARNING: Do not eat, drink or smoke. Wash hands immediately after use. Wear protective clothing.

 

Keep out of reach of children.

 

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Temperone

Venetian painting medium

Temperone is made according to a recipe from the 16th century and is a water-thinnable emulsion of rye flour, larch turpentine, linseed oil, honey and distilled water. The properties of this medium yield an excellent adhesion on oil and emulsion grounds. History: Painters like Tintoretto required a fast-drying and cheap medium to finish large-scale work in a short time. Temperone makes it possible to paint quickly, up to 10 layers in one day. It dries within minutes to a satin gloss, and can be overpainted immediately. The emulsion remains water-soluble for a while, making it ideal for a sketch-like painting process that is easily corrected. Temperone is highly elastic on canvas and has good pigment binding properties. To impart lustre and durability, a final varnish of sandarac dissolved in ethyl alcohol is recommended.
 

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