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New Pigment Supplier for QoR Quinacridone Red

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    • Hello Lora,
      Thank you for your interest. We will not be selling the pigment for QoR Quinacridone Red.
      Warm Regards, Cathy

  1. I don’t get it.
    What r u talking about. It’s to much to read and understand.
    The right the middle the over left the left side the other overlap I don’t get it.
    I’m not one of the super smart artists.
    I just paint with colors I like. I paper I like that hold color.
    Is this important to people that just paint but don’t know why?
    Pretend Ur talking to a 5 year old.
    Now explain why I need to take the time to read this.
    How will it affect me.
    Thank you.

    • Hello,
      Just Paint is a venue for sharing research and information about our products, and not all articles will be useful for or interesting to all artists. In the case of this article, when a change in source for the pigment used in one of our watercolors resulted in a paint with a slightly different color and tint strength than the original, we wished to inform artists who might be interested in this change.
      Best Regards, Cathy

    • Hello Ann,
      We checked with the lab, and the PV19 pigment used for QoR’s Quinacridone Red is not used for Golden’s Quinacridone Red. The pigments are processed differently in the paint-making process, so the QoR version will not work with the acrylic. However, the same pigment is used to create both QoR and Williamsburg Quinacridone Red.
      We hope this is helpful,


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