Golden Historical Artist Colors are authentic recreations of paint colors that have been in use for hundreds of years and were considered essential to the working palettes of past masters. As the pigments originally used to produce these colors were found to be unsafe or vulnerable to the effects of light and weather, they had not been offered in a Golden line of pure pigment colors.
Aureolin Historic Hue - Known as Cobalt Yellow, Aureolin Historic Hue replaced Gamboge, an Asian yellow gum pigment used until the 19th century. Aureolin was popular with landscape painters; it is a bright mixer adding vibrant, earthy warmth without dulling.
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