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Color : Rose Madder
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    Organic 

    Colour Index

    NR 9 (Natural Red)

    Drying Speed

    Slow

    Opacity Covering

    Transparent

    Tint Power

    Average

    Lightfastness

    Untested

    Oil Content

    Linseed Oil, High

    Toxic

    No

    Conforms To

    ASTM D-4236

     

    Rose Madder is so incredibly beautiful, a wonderful gift from nature. It is a traditional Lake pigment, extracted from the common madder plant Rubia Tinctorum. The plant was grown in Asia and Egypt for the purpose of dyeing as early as 1500 BC. The Egyptians are credited with developing several techniques to produce a Lake pigment. The best pigment they produced came from plants 18 to 28 months old that had been grown in soil rich with lime and chalk. During the 17th century British army red coats were made with a shade of madder! Please note before some of you email me to tell me that I am mad to put such a terribly fugitive colour in the range let me say in its defense its included for its historic and colour beauty and is simply here to let artists get closer to the pallets of earlier times. Unless you display it in direct sunshine it will last for years with little change. When was the last time you saw a Rembrandt being tested in sunlight, which is the criteria for modern pigments! A favoured colour of the Old Masters.

     

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    Organic 

    Colour Index

    NR 9 (Natural Red)

    Drying Speed

    Slow

    Opacity Covering

    Transparent

    Tint Power

    Average

    Lightfastness

    Untested

    Oil Content

    Linseed Oil, High

    Toxic

    No

    Conforms To

    ASTM D-4236

     

    Rose Madder is so incredibly beautiful, a wonderful gift from nature. It is a traditional Lake pigment, extracted from the common madder plant Rubia Tinctorum. The plant was grown in Asia and Egypt for the purpose of dyeing as early as 1500 BC. The Egyptians are credited with developing several techniques to produce a Lake pigment. The best pigment they produced came from plants 18 to 28 months old that had been grown in soil rich with lime and chalk. During the 17th century British army red coats were made with a shade of madder! Please note before some of you email me to tell me that I am mad to put such a terribly fugitive colour in the range let me say in its defense its included for its historic and colour beauty and is simply here to let artists get closer to the pallets of earlier times. Unless you display it in direct sunshine it will last for years with little change. When was the last time you saw a Rembrandt being tested in sunlight, which is the criteria for modern pigments! A favoured colour of the Old Masters.

     

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Product Notes:
  • LPP Lowest Price - This item is already at the Best Lowest Price Possible and no further discounts or coupons can be applied.
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    Organic 

    Colour Index

    NR 9 (Natural Red)

    Drying Speed

    Slow

    Opacity Covering

    Transparent

    Tint Power

    Average

    Lightfastness

    Untested

    Oil Content

    Linseed Oil, High

    Toxic

    No

    Conforms To

    ASTM D-4236

     

    Rose Madder is so incredibly beautiful, a wonderful gift from nature. It is a traditional Lake pigment, extracted from the common madder plant Rubia Tinctorum. The plant was grown in Asia and Egypt for the purpose of dyeing as early as 1500 BC. The Egyptians are credited with developing several techniques to produce a Lake pigment. The best pigment they produced came from plants 18 to 28 months old that had been grown in soil rich with lime and chalk. During the 17th century British army red coats were made with a shade of madder! Please note before some of you email me to tell me that I am mad to put such a terribly fugitive colour in the range let me say in its defense its included for its historic and colour beauty and is simply here to let artists get closer to the pallets of earlier times. Unless you display it in direct sunshine it will last for years with little change. When was the last time you saw a Rembrandt being tested in sunlight, which is the criteria for modern pigments! A favoured colour of the Old Masters.

     

”These Michael Harding Paints That I Am Using Are Doing Exactly What He Said They Would - They’re Changing My Life!!!

Harding’s dedication to using only the highest pigment loads and pure ingredients (without the use of artificial driers, extenders, or fillers) gives artists working qualities unlike any other oils, making their work stand out in a room full of paintings. The consistency is creamy, buttery, and easy to handle.

  • 225 ml - Rose Madder
  • Exquisitely handmade oil colors
  • Highest, most brilliant pigment load
  • No added driers, fillers, or extenders
  • Highest lightfastness ratings
  • Rich, creamy consistency
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UPC 5060164043259
Color Rose Madder
Format Tube
Series Professional
Size 225 ml
Michael Harding Handmade Artists Oil Color 225ml - Rose Madder
Color : Rose Madder
Size : 225 ml
Product Notes:
  • LPP Lowest Price - This item is already at the Best Lowest Price Possible and no further discounts or coupons can be applied.
  • Tech Notes: Click This Icon To See Tech Notes

    Organic 

    Colour Index

    NR 9 (Natural Red)

    Drying Speed

    Slow

    Opacity Covering

    Transparent

    Tint Power

    Average

    Lightfastness

    Untested

    Oil Content

    Linseed Oil, High

    Toxic

    No

    Conforms To

    ASTM D-4236

     

    Rose Madder is so incredibly beautiful, a wonderful gift from nature. It is a traditional Lake pigment, extracted from the common madder plant Rubia Tinctorum. The plant was grown in Asia and Egypt for the purpose of dyeing as early as 1500 BC. The Egyptians are credited with developing several techniques to produce a Lake pigment. The best pigment they produced came from plants 18 to 28 months old that had been grown in soil rich with lime and chalk. During the 17th century British army red coats were made with a shade of madder! Please note before some of you email me to tell me that I am mad to put such a terribly fugitive colour in the range let me say in its defense its included for its historic and colour beauty and is simply here to let artists get closer to the pallets of earlier times. Unless you display it in direct sunshine it will last for years with little change. When was the last time you saw a Rembrandt being tested in sunlight, which is the criteria for modern pigments! A favoured colour of the Old Masters.

     

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