Payne's grey

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Noun1.Payne's grey - any pigment that produces a greyish to dark greyish blue
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
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Quickly pop in some Payne's grey this time, to the right hand side, followed again by Naples yellow to the left.
The pocket-sized set offers smooth consistency and vivid luminosity with pigments including French Vermillion, Cinereous Blue and Payne's Grey.
Differently if no less actually indexical, Dan Rees's Rorschach-like Payne's Grey and Vermillion, 2010, comprises a site-specific acrylic monoprint: A painted canvas with two hovering paint fields forms the stamp for a mirror image impressed on the adjacent wall, thus truncating--and making visually evident (as do Beshty's bar-code stickers and smudges)--the causal chain that produced it.