Named after British painter William Payne (1760-1830), early formulas contained indigo, alizarin lake, and ivory black. Today more commonly a mixture of ultramarine blue and black, it is considered easier to control and less intense than black as a mixing color.
Pigment Classification : Mixture
Polysulfide of Sodium-Alumino-Silicate
Nearly Pure Amorphous Carbon
Hue 4.0 PB