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This is the one for me, the greatest white, very similar to the white used by Velaquez, a painter's white, please give it a try...
Rublev - "Ceruse is a semi-opaque mixture of lead white and calcite ground in walnut oil, it is used for translucent white effects and soft tints when mixed with other colours.
Ceruse is made with lead white and a medium dry ground calcite (the calcium carbonate mineral) that has a low oil absorption rate like that of lead white to maintain the quick drying character of lead white. Calcite is semi-transparent in oil, giving ceruse its soft white character. In the seventeenth century, this mixture of lead white and calcite was favored as a mixing white by artists such as Rembrandt, and was known as lootwit in Dutch.
The name ceruse originates with the Latin cerássa and currently refers to lead white (basic lead carbonate) pigment. In the seventeenth century, ceruse designated any white pigment made from tin or lead plates. Later, in the 19th century, the name ceruse was used for white pigments that contained lead and chalk."