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LUTEA BLUE INDIGO

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SENNELIER BLUE INDIGO

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WINSOR & NEWTON BLUE INDIGO

Indigo

Indigo blue is, originally, a very dark organic blue that was long used in the graphic arts and in dyes, before it was dethroned by modern blue pigments.

Today, the original pigment, made into a watercolor, can still be found, in particular, from the manufacturers Kremer and Lutea. On the other hand, it is no longer to be found in the ranges of the classic watercolors, because ...

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