Every color has a story, but Payne’s Grey paint arguably has one of the most interesting. This deep, cool blue-gray was originally created using a mixture of Prussian blue, yellow ochre, and crimson lake. It’s called Payne’s Gray after the famous 18th century watercolor artist William Payne.
Today, this intense color is often created by mixing blue and black or ultramarine and burnt sienna. The beautiful blending of colors gives this blue-grey paint its amazing depth and perfect semi-transparent coverage.
Nova Color’s Payne’s Gray acrylic paint has darker undertones, but in fact, has no black in it. This professional acrylic paint was created using the perfect mixture of blue and red to achieve its intensity and richness.
This transparent gray paint is ideal for your next art project. As a standard artist’s color, it was developed to be mixed with other hues. Blend this grey transparent paint to create controlled, richer shadows for your fine art projects or different shades for your mural. The unique undertones of Payne’s Grey paint give artists more control over blending than they would get from pure black acrylic paint.
Payne’s Gray acrylic paint should be a staple in every artist’s toolkit. Its rich pigmentation and superior blending capabilities instantly expand your palette for all kinds of projects, from murals to furniture remodels.
Experience the versatility of this transparent gray paint for yourself and utilize it for your next creative endeavor. Shop #140 Payne’s Gray acrylic paint from Nova Color today and have it delivered to your door in no time.