Dioxazine violet and ultramarine blue, tinted with some Titanium white gives this pale violet hue.
A super stable, lightfast combination.
Subtle but with good vibrancy. Really quite luminous under daylight.
Adorable for any landscape painter Pale Violet adds vibrancy to any sky. Those confusing violet shadows we all see in clouds, which are hard to express, are now made easily achievable with this colour.
Pale Violet is a wonderful addition to my range of colours. It is made from three highly stable, highly reliable and highly lightfast pigments. Although these pigments are available in pure pigment form in my range artists always tell me they can’t achieve quite the same vibrancy when mixed together in their studio.
For the portrait artist my Pale Violet also allows them to achieve interesting shadow combinations, for example as a complimentary to create vibrancy in greys. Pale Violet has an obvious place for still life, room interior and modern artists. Enjoy!"
Pigments - Pb29, Pv23, PW6
Vehicle - Linseed Oil
Drying Speed - Average
Opacity - Very Opaque