Meet our dyes
The origin of this gorgeous green is still debatable, but it was either formed in shallow waters or by volcanic rock altercations!
This lovely light pinkish colour comes from red earth clays, which can be found in sunny Verona.
One of the more well known pigments, charcoal is used by artists the world over, and comes from black earths that were used in the past to colour walls.
A darker pigment than Ochre, umber has earthtones that range from cream to brown, and has been used for centuries as a natural pigment (now it’s used on your Yaks!)
This beautiful blue pigment is made by crushing minerals including Lapis Lazuli and its close relative Ultramarine (In Renaissance Europe, Lapis Lazuli was super expensive thanks to its rarity!)