Ferro is a leading producer of ultramarine blues
, violets and pinks.
Finally, time for the bigger tree on the right-hand bank, same colours as before, but stronger and, for the twigs, I used my no3, rigger brush and a mix of raw umber and ultramarine blue
. I didn't mess about with this too much otherwise it takes attention away from the bridge.
In "Merci," for example, clusters of ultramarine blue
establish equilibrium within its opposite panel, just as the curls and loops of cadmium orange and tinted washes counteract each other in a diagonal arrangement across separate canvases.
Of particular concern are ultramarine blue
in acetal, manganese violet in ABS, and iron oxide in PVC.
Lush strokes of red, gray-green, and ultramarine blue
combine to create the head of a figure.
, ground lapis lazuli, is used as pigment by the Assyrians and Babylonians.
The predominant colors of the badge are ultramarine blue
and gold, the colors of the Air Force through transition from the Army Air Corps.
. a very bright blue often seen in Renaissance paintings, was made by grinding s precious stone called lapis lazuli.
Iron oxide colors, lead pigments (such as chrome yellow), ultramarine blue
, chromium oxide and cadmium pigments are the ones normally used.
is the inorganic pigment derived from the naturally occurring mineral, lapis lazuli.
and red lake were dear because of the scarcity of natural resources, the difficulty of their import, and the skill needed to manufacture the pigments.
The experiments described here concern compounds consisting of 98 wt% poly(butylene terephthalate) (PBT), DSM Arnite T06-200, as base polymer, and 2 wt% of an ultramarine blue