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chrome yel·low

(krōm yel'ō), [C.I. 77600]
A fine yellow powder used in paints and dyes.
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The vibrancy of new industrial pigments such as chrome yellow allowed van Gogh to achieve the intensity of, for example, his series of Sunflowers paintings.
Lansco pigments include lightfast mixed metal oxide yellows, blues, greens, and blacks; chrome yellows and molybdate oranges; iron oxide reds; special tans, browns, blacks, and yellows; ultramarine blues; and chromium green oxides.
Company also markets chromium oxide green, anticorrosive pigments, chrome yellow, and moly orange dry colors made in Spain by Nubiola S.
Company also markets ultramarine, chromium oxide green, anticorrosive pigments, chrome yellow, and moly orange dry colors made in Spain by Nubiola S.
Many 19th-century paintings, such as Van Gogh's "Alyscamps" contain synthetic chrome yellow pigments, primarily lead chromates.
It is ice blue with both standards and falls decorated with dark blue abstract patterns and the falls liberally splashed with chrome yellow.
But since the early 19th century it has been known that chrome yellow is affected by sunlight, darkening to a brown.
Dr Tarnya Cooper, 16th century curator at the gallery, said: 'We uncovered a chrome yellow paint, which dates from about 1814, embedded in the portrait.
This product is suited for rubber and plastic applications where chrome yellow needs to be replaced.
Each spring, I marvel at the emergence of chrome yellow flowers on a large lawn just west of the 405 freeway; it's at the corner of Mulholland Drive and Casiano Road.
If, like Kelly Osbourne, you fancy trying a bright yellow eyecolour, try MAC's Chrome Yellow Eyeshadow, pounds 15, or MAC's Beelicious Eye Pencil, pounds 9.
Instead of the primary red, blue and yellow, Sargent is using hot orange, gray green and chrome yellow.