Natural Pigments Rublev Colours Chrome Yellow Medium 150 ml
WARNING! CONTAINS LEAD. Please read the MSDS for more information.
Chrome Yellow Medium is lead chromate/lead sulfate, obtained synthetically as a yellow crystalline powder by precipitation from a solution of a lead salt. Chrome yellow medium has good hiding power with bright yellow hue and high tinting strength.
Chrome was discovered by the French chemist Nicolas Louis Vauquelin in late 1790 in the mineral crocoite (lead sulfochromate). Vauquelin studied the different chrome compounds and found he could obtain a wide range of colors from greenish-yellow to orange shades.
A synthetic lead chromate (mainly chrome yellows) manufacturing process was published in 1809, although they were not mass produced until 1820 when the first large chrome deposits were discovered in North America.
Rublev Colours Artists' Oils Chrome Yellow Medium
Note: Colors swatches are shown on the left in mass tone from the tube, mixed with oil at center, and mixed with an equal amount of white on the right. All pictures of color swatches in this web site are only approximations of the actual color of the oil paint. We taken every care to match the color in these pictures on calibrated color monitors to the actual color. However, because of the wide variance in color monitors the results you get may vary.
|Common Names:||English: chrome yellow |
French: jaune de chr�me
Italian: giallo de cromo
|Single Pigment:||Chrome Yellow Light|
|Binder:||Linseed Oil||Pigment Information||Color:||Yellow|
|Colour Index:||Pigment Yellow 34|
|Chemical Name:||Lead Chromate|
|Chemical Formula:||PbCrO4 � PbSO4|
|ASTM Lightfastness Rating||Not rated|
WARNING: HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED OR BY SKIN CONTACT. Contains Lead Chromate/Lead Sulfate. Avoid ingestion and skin contact. Wear protective clothing and gloves to prevent contact with broken skin. Never use near children or pets. Conforms to ASTM D 4236.
Note: Some separation of pigment and oil may occur in Rublev Colours Artists Oils and is a natural process when no stabilizers are added to paint to prevent this from occurring.