Golden Historical Acrylic - Cobalt Violet Hue
First developed in 1859, Cobalt Violet is a general name for several violet color cobalt pigments. Cobalt Violets range from deep to pale shades with either a pink or blue hue. Toxic, costly, and weak, Cobalt Violets were soon replaced by Manganese Violet. When evaluating the weak and dull transparent nature of Cobalt Violets, GOLDEN first looked at the shade range to find a color unique enough to warrant re-creating for artists. By blending Diozazine Purple with Quinacridones and Zinc White, GOLDEN creates a subtle yet complex color not found in modern pigment families.
(1) 2oz tube of Gold Historical Acrylic Cobalt Violet Hue