Cobalt Blue Deep
Cobalt Blue was produced at the beginning of the 19th century as an alternative to ultramarine, the traditional and most desirable blue pigment at the time.
A famous drawing, Boating on the Seine (La Yole), c. 1879 by Pierre-Auguste Renoirhas recorded using Cobalt Blue.
Cobalt blue was the primary blue pigment used for centuries in Chinese porcelain, beginning in the late eighth or early ninth century.
Cobalt blue is lighter and less intense than the pigment Prussian blue.
**When using binders to make the pigments into paints, the color may vary.
H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction.
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Light Fastness: 8/8
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