Golden Heavy Body Acrylic, Light Bismuth Yellow, 2 oz.

Item ID
G1574-2
Availability: In stock

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Quick Overview

Golden Heavy Body Artist Acrylics are known for their exceptionally smooth, thick, buttery consistency. These colors offer excellent permanency and lightfastness. Available in a 2 oz. tube.
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Golden Heavy Body Artist Acrylics are known for their exceptionally smooth, thick, buttery consistency. It contains the largest assortment of unique pure pigments in a 100% acrylic emulsion vehicle available to the professional artist. These colors offer excellent permanency and lightfastness. There are no fillers, extenders, opacifiers, toners, or dyes added.

Light Bismuth Yellow - Very light tint of Bismuth Vandate Yellow, which is a bright, clean yellow. This inorganic pigment has the strength, opacity and lightfastness of a Cadmium, but without the UV and moisture sensitivities, making it an ideal yellow for outdoor use.

More Information
Brand Golden
Series Heavy Body Artist Acrylics
Color Light Bismuth Yellow
Color Family Yellow
Size 2 oz.
Format Tube
Pigment Info PW6/PY184
Opacity Opaque
Lightfastness Excellent
No. 0001574-2

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