Yellow ochre and red ochre are two of the oldest pigments known to man. YELLOW OCHRE Color: Yellow ochre is an earth pigment that contains hydrated iron oxide. Much of it is found in Roussillon, France. Otherwise, mostly in parts of Italy. It’s a cool, greenish-yellow and varies to orange, slightly. Opacity: […]
Last year’s Versailles, France workshop and tour was a huge success. Join Pierre Finkelstein and Jean Sablé for classic instruction on a unique panel. Click here for more information and to see the class panel. Save the date!
Oeil de boeuf: in English, “eye of the steer”, “bull’s eye”, “ox eye” – these are all common translations. This architectural detail is defined as a small, round or oval window. Furthermore, it is usually placed in an attic space. Today, this style of window is seen all over the world, but it originated in […]