Named for the Latin word for green, Viridis, Viridian, is a transparent-like Emerald Green. It was first used in 1838 as a replacement for Emerald Green.
Artisan mixable oil paint is minus any hazardous solvents. They have been especially developed to look and work like regular oil paints. There is no water within this product line, But the safflower plus linseed oils have been designed to allow the colors to accept water. This special mixture allows for each color's properties to be enhanced,
Artisan Water Mixable Oil Paints have a thick buttery consistency that makes it possible for a variety of techniques to be used in the creation of works. The brand of oil paints can be thinned according the the artist's needs,