% on the palette of colors and medium used by David Gluck and required for his workshops. The David Gluck Palette consists of the colors he typically uses in his figurative paintings.
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|Colors included in the David Gluck Basic Palette|
|Color Swatch||Item Code||Series||Color Name|
|2||Rublev Colours Ultramarine Blue (Green Shade) is an intense deep blue with greenish undertones mixed with white from the inorganic pigment of sodium aluminum silicate composition. It is a transparent, fine-grained color with high tinting strength.|
|2||Rublev Colours Nicosia Green Earth is a deep transparent green with a yellow undertone, medium-grained, and low tinting strength. Our Nicosia green earth is from glauconite deposits in Cyprus.|
|1||Rublev Colours Blue Ridge Yellow Ocher is a semi-transparent golden yellow, very fine-grained, and has a buttery consistency. Our yellow ocher is a single pigment color made of natural earth from ocher deposits in the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia.|
|1||Rublev Colours Orange Ocher is an opaque orange-yellow with good tinting strength, fine-grained, and brushes "long" in the direction of the brush stroke.|
|4||Rublev Colours Orange Molybdate is a brilliant orange made of lead chromate and lead molybdate and used in plastics, protective coatings, and printing inks, but rarely as an artist's paint.|
|4||Rublev Colours Alizarin Crimson is a translucent bluish red with high tinting strength, fine-grained, and a 'short' buttery paint.|
|1||Rublev Colours French Raw Umber is a semi-transparent, deep greenish brown with good tinting strength, fine-grained, and, like most Rublev Colours Artist Oils, brushes long in the direction of the brush stroke.|
|2||Rublev Colours Cyprus Burnt Umber Warm is a semi-transparent reddish brown with good tinting strength, medium-grained, and, like most Rublev Colours Artist Oils, brushes long in the direction of the brush stroke.|
|5||Rublev Colours Lead White #2 in filtered, pale walnut oil is an opaque white that is soft and slightly ropey. Lead White #2 is a brighter white than our first flake white (also known as Cremnitz white) because of the paler walnut oil.|
|1||Rublev Colours Bone Black is a semi-opaque black with good tinting strength, fine-grained, and brushes long in the direction of the brush stroke.|
Note: Colors swatches are shown in mass tone, straight from the tube, on the left and mixed with an equal amount of white on the right. All pictures of color swatches on this website are only approximations of the actual color of the oil paint. We took every care to match the color in these pictures on calibrated color monitors to the actual color. However, the results you get may vary because of the wide variance in color monitors.