"Permanent or “Victoria” Green was the generic name given by 19th century English manufacturers to a mid-green, slightly bluish in undertones, made from a variety of blends. My own formula combines Arylide Yellow and Yellow Shade Phthalo Green to give a very rich, earthy hue in Titanium Whites. Much stronger than Terre Verte, it sometimes fulfils the same role in providing reflex tones for portraiture and figure painting."
Personally I don't see it having too many of the same qualities as the transparent and subtle Terre Verte, in my opinion this kind of stands alone as a good value, opaque, coolish green.
Pigments - PY3, PG36, PW6
Vehicle - Linseed Oil
Opacity - Opaque
Tint Power - Average