"'Which White is Which?': A Guide to Pigments Practical and Historical Information" - Lecture Recording
For anyone who missed my lecture or for anyone who wants to watch it again: it is now available to watch online through the Atelier at Flowerfield's Youtube Channel. It's also time-stamped so you can go back to specific parts of the lecture. You can watch it here on my blog by clicking the "play button" below.
The links below are additional information as a follow up for my online lecture: “'Which White is Which?' - A Guide to Pigments Practical and Historical Information". The information is split into categories, hues and books + a great video at the bottom. Enjoy!
Information, Stores, Museums
Natural Pigments - Rublev Colours
Colourlex Pigment Information
Harvard Forbes Pigment Museum
Lead White Article
Natural Pigments Stack White Lead Process
Zinc White: Problems In Oil Paint
Vermeer's Palette - Lead-Tin yellow
The Forgotten Pigment of the Old Masters - Lead-Tin Yellow
Yellow Ochre History Article
The History of the Color Red: From Ancient Paintings to Louboutin Shoes
Why Was the Mad Hatter Mad?
Demonstrating Chinese Vermillion from Michael Harding oil paints, by Vicki Norman
The First Blue Pigment Discovered in 200 Years
Colour story: Viridian
Scheele’s Green, the Color of Fake Foliage and Death
Browns + Blacks
Painting with Mummies’ Flesh…Literally
What is Ivory Black Made of?
Blackest Black Feud, Vantablack Vs. Black 3.0
The Secret Lives of Colour by Kassia St. Claire
The Materials of the Artist and Their Use in Painting