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Lapis Lazuli 60ml Tube, No.702 Michael Harding

A genuine earth from Afghanistan the purest and oldest form of the Lapis Lazuli pigment. Lapis was the inspiration for the modern synthetic ultramarine blue whose colour is a deeper less dirty blue than lapis; the handling qualities are identical. This is the blue that the Old Masters used for centuries. This pigment is still very expensive and rare. Lapis Lazuli and Azurite are a family of natural earth pigments and were the source of the famous blues of the Middle Ages. There are plenty of books that deal with this subject superbly but I feel its appropriate that I say a few things about it.


Colour IndexPB 29
Drying SpeedAverage
Opacity Covering and Tint PowerSemi-transparent, Low Tint Power
LightfastnessUntested Presumed Excellent
Oil ContentAverage, Linseed
ToxicNo
Conforms ToASTM D-4236
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