One of the most durable and permanent pigments available, Florentine can be used as a base in portrait work, landscapes, botanicals, and wildlife paintings.
Artists Notes: This drab green is very versatile, creating a variety of greens that are effective in landscapes when combined with bright yellows like Hansa, and is great for neutralizing brighter greens.
Paint Makers Notes: Chromium oxide pigments were first produced in Paris during the 19th century and were sold as artist pigments soon after.
Pigment Number: PG 17
Pigment Type: Synthetic Inorganic
Pigment Composition: Chromium oxide
Lightfastness: Not Rated