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  • ...ndation for [[gold%20leaf|gold leaf]]. Armenian bole is also used as a red earth pigment. * R.D. Harley, ''Artists' Pigments c. 1600-1835'', Butterworth Scientific, London, 1982
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  • A natural earth brown pigment ranging in color from a dark yellow to a deep reddish brown. * R.D. Harley, ''Artists' Pigments c. 1600-1835'', Butterworth Scientific, London, 1982
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  • ...alk, also known as precipitated chalk, is whiter and more homogeneous than natural chalk. Pearl white is made from calcined oyster shells. ... limestone, whiting; lime white; marl; travertine; Pigment White 18; white earth; English white; Paris white; drop chalk
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  • ...tral Germany. Cassel earth, also known as [[ Vandyke brown]] and [[Cologne earth]], contains organic humus or coal material mixed with iron oxides, alumina, ...e brown; Castle earth; Castile earth; Cullens earth; Colens earth; Collens earth
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  • ...epared pigments ([[light red]]). All iron oxide reds are stable, permanent pigments with good tinting strength and are the primary colorant in ochers and sienn ...gn|RedochreUCL.jpg~Raman|hematiteitaly3.jpg~Raman|MFA- Red oxide, Spanish, natural.jpg~FTIR|PIG72.jpg~XRD|fkhaemsem.jpg~SEM|fkhaemedsbw.jpg~EDS]]]
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  • ...e dyes]], are also prepared in this manner for use as paint pigments. Lake pigments are used in painting, printing inks, plastic colorants, and coated fabrics. lakes; lake pigments; laca (Esp., Port.)
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  • ...silica|silicon dioxide]]. Quartz is one of the most common minerals in the earth's crust and occurs as grains ([[sand]]), masses ([[agate]], [[bloodstone]], [[media:download_file_431.pdf|Natural and Simulated Diamonds]]
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  • ...e a dull green shade. The fugitive colorant was also used to make [[yellow pigments]] and to tint varnishes. Turmeric is currently used as a flavoring agent in ...Deut.); terra merita (It.); c├║rcuma (Esp.); curcuma (Ned., Port.); merita earth; camotilla; haide; halad; Indian saffron; safran d'Inde; souchet; ukon (Jap
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  • ...r oil glazes. Some substitutes, such as Vandyke brown and bituminous earth pigments, were also sold under the name of mummy. Egyptian brown; Natural Brown 11; mummy brown; Mumienbraun (Deut.); momie (Fr.);
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  • A pale yellowish brown natural earth pigment that contains [[manganese%20dioxide|manganese dioxide]] and [[ferri * R.D. Harley, ''Artists' Pigments c. 1600-1835'', Butterworth Scientific, London, 1982
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  • ...nts ([[light%20red|light red]]). All iron oxide reds are stable, permanent pigments with good tinting strength. Iron oxides generally provide the color in oche ...ite address 1 Comment: Pigments Through the Ages - http://webexhibits.org/pigments/indiv/overview/redochre.html
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  • .... Sanguine most often refers to the red hue produced by natural red earth pigments. The color of sanguine can range from a dark reddish brown to blood red.
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  • ... iron oxides which produces a dark brown pigment with a reddish tone. Both pigments have good hiding power but burnt umber is more transparent than raw umber. * R.D. Harley, ''Artists' Pigments c. 1600-1835'', Butterworth Scientific, London, 1982
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  • ...0black|carbon black]] and [[iron%20oxide%20red|iron oxide]] mixtures. When natural Vandyke brown is ignited, the pigment leaves a soft gray residue. It is not ...pardo Van Dyck (Esp.); Cassel's earth; cologne earth; Cassel brown; Kassel earth; ulmin brown; bruno Vandyck; Ruben's brown; coal brown; sap brown dye
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