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Posted By: enthusiast
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Joined Date: Mar 13, 2015

Prussian brown is no longer available. It is as fast drying and lightfast in oil as is Prussian blue.


Have you ever seen how does it look? Prussian blue is very dark, so I guess Prussian brown is very dark as well. What is its hue in oil similar to, Raw/Burnt Umber, Van Dyke Brown or something else?

Posted : Mar 27, 2017
Posted By: George O'Hanlon
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Joined Date: Jun 15, 2004

Prussian brown is no longer available. It is as fast drying and lightfast in oil as is Prussian blue.

George O'Hanlon Technical Director Natural Pigments
Posted : Feb 24, 2017
Posted By: enthusiast
Total Posts: 63
Joined Date: Mar 13, 2015

I read that there was a pigment called Prussian brown which was essentially calcined Prussian blue. I wonder, what were its properties like? Was it fast drying and lightfast in oil? Did it have oil absorption similar to Prussian blue?

I don't see it anywhere among pigment manufacturers; is it obsolete pigment, not made anymore?

Posted : Feb 24, 2017

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