This is the first time in the history of art that such a high degree of permanence has been possible for thin transparent lemon yellow colors. Lemon yellow has always been valuable when painting flowers but it is also important for mixing light lime greens and greenish yellows which approximate the visual effects of sunlight on foliage, and in the man-made world numerous objects from cars to houses which crop up in paintings all too often. For very delicate transparent lime greens try mixing Nickel Titanate with Matisse Emerald or with Cerulean Blue for added body.
Chemical Description: Nickel titanate yellow
Pigment Number: PY53
Lightfastness Rating: ASTM I
Pigment Opacity: Semi-Transparent
Paint Opacity: Semi-Transparent