Unique to Wallace Seymour. A true bespoke, handmade oil paint, this uses a Chrome-Tin pigment with it's heritage in ceramics hence potter's pink. Sometimes it was known as tin pink, it has also has quartz in it which refracts light more randomly giving it a greater depth. It reminds me a little of a Hematite paint.
It is a mid-range tinter and semi-opaque. It gives gentle cool violet brown hues in tints, a subtle, beautiful creation.
I should express my gratitude to Wallace Seymour for using these marvelous, rare pigments and getting away from the trend of all artist's oils using massively bright, ultra high chroma pigments and also allowing the pigment to show it's best by not over milling the paint.
Pigment - PR233
Opacity - Semi-Opaque
Drying Time - Medium/Fast
Binder - Linseed Oil