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  • Colors such as vermillion, cadmium orange, pink madder, phthalo green, mars violet, flesh ochre and iridescent bright bronze still remain available today.

    Hayley Griffith: Maison Sennelier: Color Inspiration From Paris

  • He would have started with phthalo-blue brush strokes in the sky, and cumulus clouds with alizarin tinge.

    Nutrition

  • A pointillist mish-mash of tints in cerulean, cobalt, and phthalo blue, with areas of magenta, egg yolk, purple, and green flecks to add interest.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • Most of the buildings in Kymil, Caris noticed, were rather plainly built, and often garishly painted, pink or daffodil or a hard phthalo blue.

    The Silent Tower

  • He turned and faced Caris in the intense, phthalo darkness of the summer night, his eyes nothing but shadows under the star-edged dome of his bald forehead.

    The Silent Tower

  • A medium-strength wash of Payne's gray smoke rose against a phthalo blue sky.

    News

  • The lamp shade is painted on the sides in what he calls "Museum Blue" (textured, translucent tones of burnt umber and phthalo blue).

    Luxist

  • The final version is a segmented view of a pool of water, a pie-shaped expanse of lavender-gray water, below a curve of vivid phthalo green vegetation.

    Tucson Weekly

  • These works were painted using a minimal palette of magenta, phthalo blue, yellow and white.

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  • Ray Smith: Shout out to the cast and crew of Flyin 'West: Cast: Ty Daniels, Stori Ayers, ... crazy momma: By the wayside - suspect (don't know) phthalo blue is a backdoor cousin of the ...

    Charlottesville Blogs

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