Prussian Blue Artist Acrylic Paint
We regret to inform you that the pigment has clumped in the polymer system after bottling. However, there is no need to worry as they can be easily restored to their smooth state by mixing them on your palette before use. We apologize for any inconvenience and would like to offer you a 25% discount as a gesture of goodwill. Sale price has been adjusted to reflect the discount and no further action is required.
Prussian Blue is a deep, rich color with a greenish-blue tint, conjuring the midnight sky.
This is your tool for summoning the nightly gleam. Its distinctive hue lets you capture the enchantment of starry nights and city lights. It brings an element of intrigue, serving as a backdrop to make your lighter focal points center stage.
Regarding Prussian Blue and Ultramarine Blue, Prussian Blue has a darker and more muted appearance with a subtle greenish undertone. Phthalo Blue offers a brighter and more intense blue compared to the deep and almost blackish hue of Prussian Blue. Each pigment has unique qualities and characteristics, offering different avenues for creative expression.
It's a naturally occurring pigment that dates back to the early 18th century, capturing the essence of its enigmatic history(google it! you won't regret) in its dynamic hue. Prussian Blue boasts excellent lightfastness, meaning it resists fading over time and preserves the richness of its color. It's a testament to the durability and longevity of this captivating pigment. Additionally, Prussian Blue is semi-transparent, allowing layering and glazing techniques to achieve layered effects. It's a window to illusion and the subtlety of depth.
All Gaffrey acrylic colors are crafted in small batches with a hint of artistic mischief and paint chemistry expertise. Our colors undergo daily testing by our seasoned team of self-taught art pros.
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