A single pigment rich transparent blue with green undertones. Allegedly named because it was thought 'bluer than the sea', ultramarine was originally made from semi-precious lapis lazuli. The current pigment was created by French chemist Guimet in 1828 as a synthetic, but chemically-identical alternative
This low viscosity professional acrylic paint gives excellent coverage, a satin finish and high levels of artist-quality pigment for archival brilliance.
It’s incredibly versatile.
Use it to paint, pour, glaze or print on almost any surface.