Pastel Tendre Rembrandt® Jaune Clair

Résistance lumière : +++

Composition pigmentaire : PY184/PY83


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Résistance à la lumière : +++  supérieure à 100 ans  ++  entre 25 et 100 ans

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201T3 Pastel sec

2,26 €

Soft pastels are a type of drawing material used in fine arts. They are made by mixing pigment powder with a soft and friable binder, such as gum arabic or kaolin, and then forming the paste into sticks. Soft pastels are known for their velvety texture and their ability to blend easily to create subtle shades and smooth color transitions.

Soft pastels are often used for drawing landscapes, portraits, still lifes, and other subjects in figurative art. They can be applied to a variety of surfaces, including paper, cardboard, velvet, and canvas. Artists can use soft pastels alone or in combination with other media, such as watercolor or ink.

Soft pastels have been used since the 16th century, but their popularity increased in the 19th century with the advent of Impressionism and the pastel movement. Today, soft pastels are still highly valued by professional and amateur artists for their ability to create vibrant color effects and a soft texture