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    PRODUCT CATALOG

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    Table of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    3 01 Pigments 45 02 Dyes & Vegetable Color Paints 49 03 Fillers & Building Materials 55 04 Mediums, Binders & Glues 67 05 Solvents, Chemicals & Additives 73 06 Ready-made Colors,

    Restoration & Gilding Materials 91 07 Linen, Paper & Foils 94 08 Brushes 99 09 Tools, Packaging & Supplies 108 10 Books & Color Charts 111 11 General Information

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    Pigments

    Dyes & Vegetable Color

    Paints

    Fillers & Building Materials

    Mediums, Binders & Glues

    Solvents, Chemicals &

    Additives

    Ready-made Colors, Restoration & Gilding Materials

    Linen, Paper & Foils

    Brushes

    Tools, Packaging &

    Supplies

    Books & Color Charts

    General Information

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    ICON-LEGEND

    If you want to buy this product, please send us a copy of your identity card.

    The sale of this product is legally restricted (German Chemical Pro- hibition Regulation). Please enclose a copy of your business registra- tion. Should you be a free-lance restorer or artist, please enclose a copy of verification (e.g. Membership of an Association of Restorers or Membership of an Association of Artists). Please send us the required documents together with your order. You can find the form online in the Shipping and Ordering section of the product, or we will send you the relevant document at your request.

    The sale of this product is restricted, because of it’s status as a CITES-product. Therefore it can be sold only in Europe.

    Products with this icon are Kremer self-made.

    This product has to be send by a shipping company. We gladly offer you a quote.

    The law requires a signed declaration for the purchase of these pro- ducts. You can find the form online in the Shipping and Ordering sec- tion of the product, or we will send you the relevant document at your request.

    The following Icons are used in the brochure:

    Proof of Age

    German Chemical Prohibition Regulation

    CITES

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    Special shipping

    End-use certificate

    printed: February 2017

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    01 Pigments

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    01 4 Orange / Red 6 Yellow 8 Green 11 Blue / Violet 15 White 16 Brown / Black 18 Earth Pigments 23 Iron Oxide & Translucent Pigments 24 Special & Effect Pigments 30 XSL-Pigments 30 Glass Pigments 31 IWA – Enogu® Mineral Pigments 33 Assortments

    PIGMENTS

    The purity of color truly resonates when the traditional qualities and integrity of a pigment are considered as they relate to other materials in a composition.«

    [Dr. Georg Kremer]

    Our history began with the manufacturing of historic pigments in 1977. Since then, we added quite a variety of historic, modern and synthetic pigments, as well as a large number of natural dyes and vegetable color paints - which are carefully being produced based on old recipes in our colormill in Aichstetten, southern Germany. We re- structured our catalogue and sorted our pigments by color. With new color sample swatches, you can get a general idea about the hue of each pigment.

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    01 Pigments

    ORANGE / RED

    /// Kremer-made Pigments Our Kremer-made pigments are carefully being manufactured in our colormill in Aichstetten. Our Snaefellsjoekull Red, Burgundy Ochre, Spanish Ochre, Maroccan Ochre and Red Bole in pieces can be found in this Chapter under Earth Pigments / Red Earths.

    /// Pinkcolor With its dusky pink tone Pinkcolor is an unusual pigment. There is a brighter and a darker variant. Both resemble ultramarine red, somewhat warmer and more broken in tone.

    10150 Pinkcolor, lightfast, < 38 µ

    10154 Pinkcolor Deep, very lightfast, < 38 µ

    /// Cinnabar Chinese cinnabar is historically considered to be the best. This is not only because China under- stood the manufacturing process of Vermilion early on, but because it developed a system of sepa- rating the different colored particles in a glue solution - similar to the process explored by Michael Price (see Azurite MP).

    10610 Natural Cinnabar Monte Amiata, < 63 µ, mercuric sulphide

    10620 Natural Cinnabar, mineral pigment, from China

    10624 Cinnabar, very fine, chien t´ou, < 20 µ

    10625 Cinnabar, fine, chu piao, 20 - 50 µ

    10627 Cinnabar, medium, chu sha or yin chu, bright, intense, 50 - 63 µ

    10628 Cinnabar, dark, p’i sha, 63 - 100 µ

    /// 11300 Red Jasper, semi-transparent, 0 - 120 µ

    11308 Ruby, pale pink, fine grind, < 100 µ

    /// Cadmium Pigments Cadmium pigments are excellently lightfast, opaque and brilliant with high coloring strength, and of the highest purity available. 21080 Cadmium Orange No. 0, very light, very lightfast, opaque

    21090 Cadmium Orange No. 0.5, light, very lightfast, opaque

    21100 Cadmium Orange No. 1, medium, very lightfast, opaque

    21110 Cadmium Orange No. 2, vermilion, very lightfast, opaque

    21120 Cadmium Red No. 1, light, very lightfast, opaque

    21130 Cadmium Red No. 2, medium, very lightfast, opaque

    21140 Cadmium Red No. 3, dark, very lightfast, opaque

    /// Organic Pigments, synth. 23153 Hostaperm® Pink E, less transparent than #23152

    23178 Irgazine® Orange DPP RA, glazing

    23179 Irgazine® Scarlet DPP EK, opaque

    23180 Irgazine® Red DPP BO, opaque

    23181 DPP - Red, transparent

    23182 Irgazine® Ruby DPP-TR, opaque

    Orange / Red

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    23184 Hostaperm® Red DPP, very glazing

    23200 Scarlet Red, most brilliant scarlet

    23202 CPT - Scarlet Red, warm orange

    23230 Permanent Red A, deep clear red, anthraquinone pigment

    23290 Permanent Red, neutral red B

    23291 Permanent Red FRLL, neutral red C

    23293 CPT - Red, Medici-Red

    23401 Hostaperm Pink, transparent

    23402 Quindo® Pink D, organic pigment

    23403 Novoperm Carmine Red, execellent overall fastness

    23493 Gubbio Red, transparent brownish-red

    23495 Mahogany Brown

    23504 Paliogen® Maroon very fine, brillant bordeaux red

    23540 Paliotol® Orange, bright orange

    23570 Pyranthrone Orange, reddish orange

    23585 Cinquasia® Gold, red-gold, glazing, reddish

    23600 Alizarine Crimson Light, bright red

    23610 Alizarine Crimson Dark, bluish red

    23611 Alizarine Crimson Dark, historical quality from 1950

    23720 Hostaperm® Red, light reddish violet

    23800 Isoindolol Orange, warm dark orange

    23950 Studio Red, Helio, bright red

    /// Madder Lake Please find the Madder Roots in Chapter 02 Dyes & Vegetable Color Paints. 37202 Madder Lake, genuine, made from natural roots

    37203 Madder Lake, yellowish, precipitated with tin salt

    372051 Madder Lake Coral, from roots

    372057 Madder Lake Carmine Red, from roots, precipitated with copper

    372059 Madder Lake Brown, from roots, precipitated with tin

    372141 Madder Lake made of roots, Dark Red, brilliant, intense hue, very fine grind, translucent

    372142 Madder Lake made of roots, Bordeaux Red, brilliant, very fine grind

    37217 Madder Lake Violet-Brown, fine, made from roots

    37218 Madder Lake Violet, Kremer-made from roots

    /// 42000 Vermilion, mercuric sulphide, light, from China

    42050 Zirconium Red, Cadmium Red in a matrix of zirconium silicate

    42100 Carmine Naccarat, made of cochineal

    42300 Cerium Red

    Orange / Red

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    42500 Red Lead, Minium, contains lead, toxic

    42601 Ultramarine Red, violet pink, lightfast

    42605 Ultramarine Red B, dark pink, lightfast

    /// Garnet Powder The Garnet Powder is very lightfast and suitable for different binders. 42711 Garnet Powder Red, very fine, grain size approx. 0.1 - 0.3 mm

    42712 Garnet Powder Red, fine, grain size approx. 0.2 - 0.6 mm

    42714 Garnet Powder Red, medium, grain size approx. 0.4 - 0.8 mm

    42716 Garnet Sand Red, coarse, grain size approx. 0.7 - 1.2 mm

    /// Studio Pigments 55200 Studio Pigment Orange, synthetic organic pigment and filler

    55300 Studio Pigment Light Red, synthetic organic pigment and filler

    55400 Studio Pigment Dark Red, synthetic organic pigment and filler

    55450 Studio Pigment Bordeaux, synthetic organic pigment and filler

    55470 Studio Pigment Pink, synthetic organic pigment and filler

    YELLOW

    /// Kremer-made Pigments Our Kremer-made pigments are carefully being manufactured in our colormill in Aichstetten. Our Heydalsvegur Yellow, Burgundy Ochre and more yellow Ochres can be found in this Chapter under Earth Pigments / Yellow Earths.

    /// Lead Tin Yellow There are, in fact, two types of lead-tin yellow, types I and II. Type I is lead-tin oxide and is most frequently found on old paintings. Type II is a second variety of lead-tin oxide that may contain free tin oxide and additional silicon. Possibly both types were