GD091 Payne’s Gray Golden Acrylic


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Golden Acrylic Heavy Body Payne’s Grey

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. Payne’s Gray is an excellent mixing color.

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Pigment Classification : Mixture

Color Index Name : PB 29 / PBk 7
Color Index Number : 77007 / 77266
Chemical Description :Polysulfide of Sodium-Alumino-SilicateNearly Pure Amorphous Carbon
Opacity/Transparency : 2
Lightfastness Rating : I
Permanency : Excellent
Munsell Notation Listing :Hue 4.0 PBValue 1.75Chroma 0.6
Gloss Average : 29.3
Viscosity Range : 23000- 27000 CPS
CIE L*a*b* Values : L*24.12 a*0.05 b*-2.24
Tint Strength : 74.88

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