W & N Blue Oil Paints

Winsor & Newton Artists Cobalt Blue 178, Tube a 37ml
Product Notes:
Cobalt Blue is a clean blue pigment. It was discovered in 1802 by French chemist Louis Thénard as an alternative pigment to the expensive Lapis Lazuli blue pigment.
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Winsor & Newton Artists Ultramarine French 263, Tube a 37ml
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Finely translucent, very pure blue with a red tinge. In the Middle Ages, ultramarine was obtained from the semi-precious stone lapis lazuli. In those days, the colour was more valuable than gold. Not until the first third of the 19th century was it possibile.
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Winsor & Newton Artists Cerulean Blue 137, Tube a 37ml
Product Notes:
Finely translucent, very pure blue with a red tinge. In the Middle Ages, ultramarine was obtained from the semi-precious stone lapis lazuli. In those days, the colour was more valuable than gold. Not until the first third of the 19th century was it possibile.
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19,99 EUR
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Winsor & Newton Artists Indigo 322, Tube a 37ml
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Indigo is a deep blue pigment that can range from dark black to pale blue. Originally extracted from plants similar to blue woad used by the ancient Britons, it was synthesised in 1878 in Germany. It is one of the oldest blue pigments used universally.
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Winsor & Newton Artists Manganese Blue Hue 379, Tube a 37ml
Manganese Blue Hue is a clear greenish azure blue colour. It is based on the now obsolete Manganese Blue made of Barium Manganate.
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Winsor & Newton Artists Prussian Blue Hue 538, Tube a 37ml
Prussian Blue is a deep blue colour. It was made by German chemist Diesbach around 1704 making it the first synthetic blue pigment. It quickly gained favour as an alternative to genuine Ultramarine.
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Winsor & Newton Artists Ultramarine (Green Shade)  667, Tube a 37ml
Ultramarine (Green Shade) is a rich deep transparent blue with green undertones, differing from the red undertones of French Ultramarine. French chemist Guimet created synthetic Ultramarine in 1828.
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