Grumbacher Max Artists' Oil Paint, Payne's Grey, cleans up with soap and water, which means there's no need for harsh, toxic solvents. Payne's Grey is a transparent Blue-Black named for the English Watercolorist William Payne (1760-1820), who introduced it in his work in the late 18th Century. This oil paint primary modern use is for 'toning down' colors and for creating shadows. Formulated from Nearly pure amorphous carbon, Complex silicate of Sodium and Aluminum with sulfur (Pbk6, PB29).
Available in a 37 ml. tube.
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