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Lapis Lazuli Fra Angelico Blue Pigment

Lapis lazuli is a deep blue semi-precious stone that has been used as a pigment in art for centuries. The ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans all used lapis lazuli to create stunning blue hues in their paintings and frescoes.

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Lapis Lazuli Ultramarine Pigment

Another famous artist who used lapis lazuli in his paintings is the Flemish painter Jan van Eyck. In his 1432 painting "The Arnolfini Portrait," van Eyck used lapis lazuli to create a rich blue background, which was intended to symbolize the spiritual realm and the divine.

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Lapis Lazuli Ash

One of the most famous examples of the use of lapis lazuli in art is the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, painted by Michelangelo in the early 16th century. The deep blues used in the ceiling frescoes were achieved by grinding lapis lazuli into a fine powder and mixing it with a binder, such as egg yolk or oil.

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Lapis Lazuli Pigment Wholesale Pack

Our wholesale jar pack is currently 50% off at a discounted rate.

Total Jars 20.These deals is for Art Stores, Affiliate Marketiers for Collages and Univeristies.

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De Mairo Gemstone Artists Pigments

De Mairo is Making Gemstones Artists Pigments for Last 20 Years, for more Gemstones Pigments visit .