cadmium yellow


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Noun1.cadmium yellow - pigment of cadmium sulfide and barium sulfate varying in hue from lemon yellow to orange
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
cadmium yellow pale - pale-hued cadmium yellow pigment
cadmium orange - orange-hued cadmium yellow pigment
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As a pigment, cadmium sulfide is popularly known as cadmium yellow. Around one-fourth of the total cadmium sulfide produced is processed as cadmium yellow.
His idea of a contemporary monochrome is seen in Cadmium Yellow No.
She is partial to mixing partial to Prussian blue, taupe and cadmium yellow.
* Red, blue, yellow, black and white acrylic paints (we used Jo Sonja paints in Naphtol Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Cadmium Yellow Light, white and black)
Much of the problem lies with Nexus who like to spend millions on lavish new headquarters, propping up the Shields ferry service and rebranding transport with new logos and colours, when there was nothing wrong with the PTE logo and cadmium yellow buses and Metro.
Since many pigment names are derived from formulations used in paints, such as manganese violet, lead white, and cadmium yellow, it would seem plausible that metals are intentionally added to lip products to produce specific colors.
The horizontal format juxtaposes two seemingly opposite forms--faint washes of bright cadmium yellow in concentric circles and a group of heavily textured black balls.
"A conservation treatment in 2009 revealed an unusual grey opaque crust on parts of the painting with cadmium yellow paint," says paintings conservator Margje Leeuwestein from the Kroller-Muller Museum.
"A conservation treatment in 2009 revealed an unusual grey opaque crust on parts of the painting with cadmium yellow paint," paintings conservator Margje Leeuwestein from the Kroller-Muller Museum said.
Van Gogh used a cadmium yellow oil paint that was relatively new at the time.