Naples Yellow, or lead antimoniate, has been extremely popular among painters for its pale warmth. Its use as a colorant can be traced back to about 1400 B.C. In its native state, Naples Yellow is a lead-based pigment, and therefore highly toxic. The Golden Naples Yellow Hue blends Titanium White, Yellow Oxide and Diarylide Yellow to create an opaque, rich hue. While Naples Yellow Hue cannot reach the hiding power of lead, it achieves close working properties to the original.
|Series||Heavy Body Artist Acrylics|
|Color||Naples Yellow Historic Hue|