Testing the Tinting Strength of Paint (Revisited)

by Matthew Innis |

In a recent post titled “Testing the Tinting Strength of Paint,” I shared Frederic Taubes’ method for evaluating the pigment concentration of artists’ oil paint.  For my example, I compared Prussian Blue from Winsor & Newton with Rublev Prussian Blue from Natural Pigments.  Those results can be seen here. One reader suggested in the comments…

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