Wallace Seymour Dry Pigments Translucent Orange-Red Oxide PR101
A special class of synthetic iron oxide, where the pigment particle shape is altered (micronised) so that more light transmits through the paint film. The resulting colour is similar in transparency to the natural earths raw sienna and burnt sienna, but with a
more glowing intensity.
The transparent iron oxides are luminous and bright and make ideal glazing colours. They appear dull and grainy in dry pigment form, but once worked into oil, they become clear, bright, translucent and warm in tone.
Tinting Strength: Strong
Opacity: Very transparent, or rather translucent.
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