Venetian red


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Venetian red

[və′nēsh·ən ′red]
(inorganic chemistry)
A pigment with a true red hue; contains 15-40% ferric oxide and 60-80% calcium sulfate.

Venetian red

A red pigment having a high red iron oxide content.
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It will be available in six colours, platinum silver, sky grey, buzz blue, dune beige, pristine white and venetian red.
The Venetian red car, with beige recaro trim, has done less then 12,000 miles, and comes with its original paintwork and Pirelli tyres.
De Heem's La desserte," (71 1/4 by 86 15/16 inches), a modern construction measuring slightly larger than the Dutch master's original (58 1/4 by 80 inches), Baker retains the familiar palette of the old masters, consisting of transparent earth yellow, red, orange for minimal glazing and a combination of terre verte, yellow ocher, venetian red, cobalt green, ultramarine blue, ivory black, and flake or zinc white, while consciously and playfully making use of different degrees of cropping in order to amplify the larger-than-life objects in their larger-than-usual space.
TOP: Bronzed effect in the bathroom LEFT: Sand and white is calming in the main bedroom BELOW LEFT: Sitting room's cast-iron fireplace was a gift CENTRE: The kitchen walls were colourwashed with Venetian Red BELOW RIGHT: A cast-iron cot is a mini-settee; in the sitting area TOP RIGHT: Sitting area; wall is covered with brown wrapping paper
It is the great treasure chest, in Venetian red plaster, the Cathedral chest strapped together with oak and bronze.
And as Anna explained, if you want to wear your heart on your sleeve - or your T-shirt - by adding fabric medium to the gold, black and Venetian red paints, then ironing over the stencilled design, cupid will still look cute after a 40 degree machine wash.