Indian Red DANIEL SMITH 1/2 Pan


Artists choose Indian Red for architectural renderings, old brick and other subjects where a flat (matte) granular surface is desired. The opacity and density intrinsic to Indian Red make this greyed earth brown a useful asset. One coat of this low-intensity pigment covers even a highly saturated passage.

Yellow Ochre, Cerulean Blue and Indian Red form an opaque triad, producing greyed earth-like mixtures common to landscapes. Handling tip: Hit it once and walk away.

ASTM Lightfastness Rating: Excellent

Transparency: Opaque

Granulating: Yes

Staining: Medium