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|Article number:||Stoneground Raw Sienna WS|
Along with Ochers and Umbers, Sienna pigments were first used in pre-history. Siennas take their name from the Renaissance city state of Siena, in modern day Italy. In its natural state, the pigment is referred to as Raw Sienna, and is a rich yellow-brown. Raw Sienna is among the most useful colours in an artist's palette as it produces warm foundation tints, and is invaluable for landscape and portrait painting.
Pigment Number: PBr7