Golden Fluid Acrylic Prussian Blue Hue
Prussian Blue was one of the first synthesized pigments. The deep, nearly black color is not found in acrylic paints. Golden Fluid Acrylic Prussian Blue Hue is a modern mixture that provides a similar color to the original, with great permanence. (Series 4)
- 1 oz
- 4 oz
- 8 oz
- 16 oz, 32 oz & 128 oz available by special order – Contact us
- Squeeze bottles allow for easy, measured application
- Flip lid
- High-quality pigment
- Undiluted pigment retains vibrancy
- Same pigment strength as Golden heavy body acrylics in a pourable, low viscosity formula.
Pigment Classification: Mixture
Color Index Name: PBk9 / PB15:0 / PV23
Color Index Number: 74160 / 51319 / 77267
Chemical Description: Amorphous Carbon produced by charring animal bones / Copper Phthalocyanine / Carbazole Dioxazine
Lightfastness Rating: ASTM 2
Permanency: Very Good
Munsell Notation Listing: Hue 8.0 Value 2.4 Chroma 1.5
Gloss Average: 73.78
Viscosity Range: 400-1000 CPS
CIE L*a*b* Values: L*24.61 a*2.16 b*-3.37
Tint Strength: 70.3
About Golden Fluid Acrylics:
Equal the intensity of GOLDEN Heavy Body Acrylics but with an even, flowing characteristic useful for dry brush application, fine details, pouring, spraying (particularly when mixed with GOLDEN Airbrush Medium), staining techniques and many others.
Fluids are created by loading an acrylic polymer binder with concentrated levels of quality pigments for a wide selection of permanent and lightfast colors. No fillers or extenders are added to achieve the desired consistency, nor is the fluid quality achieved with additional water. GOLDEN Fluid Acrylics have the same pigment load as the Heavy Body Acrylics, but in a viscosity similar to heavy cream. Fluids allow for smooth flowing applications while retaining color intensity, tinting strength, film integrity, and adhesion.
Fluids blend easily with all acrylic colors, and readily tint gels, mediums, gessoes and grounds. Fluid Acrylics are extremely versatile, and ideal for fine brushwork, glazing, staining, water media techniques and many more. Mix Fluid Acrylics with Airbrush Medium for airbrush application of artwork including textiles.