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  • PASTELLIST

    PASTELS

  • PASTELLIST

    INDIVIDUAL PASTEL COLORS

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  • PASTEL PRICING SCHEDULE

    SERIES 1– 2.65

    SERIES 2 – 3.15

    SERIES 3 – 3.95

    SERIES 4 – 5.25

    When making your individual pastel selections, remember to include the decimal grade indicator (i.e., 265.1,

    310.5, or 530.3, etc.)

    Orders may be placed at www.pastellist.com

  • PASTELLIST

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    YELLOWS 110

    Deep Lemon Yellow STRONTIUM CHROMATE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    120 Azo Yellow

    MONOAZO SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    130 Zinc Yellow

    ZINC CHROMATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    140 Lemon Yellow

    POTASSIUM CHLOROPLATINATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    150 Cadmium Yellow Light

    CADMIUM ZINC SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    160 Cadmium Yellow Medium

    CADMIUM SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    170 Cadmium Yellow Deep

    CADMIUM SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    180 Indian Yellow

    MAGNESIUM EUXANTHATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

  • PASTELLIST

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    211 Cadmium Orange Light

    CADMIUM SULFIDE W/ MERCURIC SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    213 Cadmium Orange Medium

    CADMIUM SULFIDE W/ MERCURIC SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    215 Cadmium Orange Deep CADMIUM SULFIDE W/ MERCURIC SULFIDE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    216 Hansa Orange

    MONOAZO SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    217 Napthol Orange

    NAPTHOL AS SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    220 Vermilion Orange

    MERCURIC SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    230 Permanent Orange

    DINITROANILINE

    240 Mineral Orange

    LEAD TETRAOXIDE

    ORANGES

  • PASTELLIST

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    306 Coral Red

    CALCIUM CARBONATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    311 Cadmium Red Light

    CADMIUM SELENOSUPHITE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    313 Cadmium Red Medium

    CADMIUM SELENOSUPHITE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    315 Cadmium Red Deep

    CADMIUM SELENOSUPHITE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    325 Carmine Red

    NAPHTHOL SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    335 Cinnabar

    MERCURIC SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    345 Magenta QUINACRIDONE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    355 Alizarin Crimson

    BENZIMIDAZOLONE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    REDS

  • PASTELLIST

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    450 Cobalt Violet

    COBALT PHOSPHATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    460 Manganese Violet

    MANGANESE AMMONIUM PYROPHOSPHATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    470 Ultramarine Violet

    SODIUM ALUMINUM SULFOSILICATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    410 Chinese Purple BARIUM COPPER SILICATE

    420 Caput Mortum

    NATURAL IRON OXIDE

    430 Copper Violet

    CUPRIC POTASSIUM FERROCYANIDE

    440 Amethyst

    QUARTZ W/IRON OXIDE

    480 Purple Red

    IRON MANGANESE PHOSPHATE

    VIOLETS

  • PASTELLIST

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    510 Azurite Blue

    HYDROXO COPPER CARBONATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    520 Cerulean Blue

    COBALT STANNATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    530 Cobalt Blue

    COBALT ALUMINATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    540 Prussian Blue

    FERRIC AMMONIUM FERROCYANIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    550 Manganese Blue

    MANGANESE OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    560 Ultramarine Blue

    LAPIS LAZULI SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    570 Thalo Blue

    COPPER PHTHALOCYANINE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    580 Tungsten Blue

    TUNGSTEN BLUE OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    BLUES

  • PASTELLIST

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    610 Cadmium Green

    CHROMIUM OXIDE W/CADMIUM SULFIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    620 Emerald Green COPPER ACETOARSENITE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    630 Viridian

    HYDRATED CHROMIUM OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    640 Thalo Green

    POLYCHLORINATED COPPER PHTHALOCYANINE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    650 Cassel Green

    BARIUM MANGANATE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    660 Chrome Green

    IRON OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    670 Scheele’s Green

    COPPER ARSENITE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    680 Sap Green

    PHTHALOCYANINE W/IRON OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    GREENS

  • PASTELLIST

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    710 Yellow Ochre HYDRATED IRON OXIDE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    720 Golden Ochre

    HYDRATED IRON OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    730 Terre Verte

    FERRIS OXIDE GLAUCONITE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    740 Terra Rosa

    RED IRON OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    750 Raw Umber

    IRON OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    760 Burnt Umber MANGANIC HYDROXIDE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    770 Raw Sienna

    FERRIC OXIDE SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    780 Burnt Sienna CALCINED IRON OXIDE

    SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 1 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 2 SERIES 1 SERIES 1

    EARTHS

  • PASTELLIST

    820 Ivory Black

    CARBON SERIES 1

    830 Mars Black BLACK IRON OXIDE

    SERIES 1

    905 Zinc White

    ZINC OXIDE SERIES 1

    912 Titanium White

    TITANIUM DIOXIDE SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 2

    SERIES 2

    SERIES 2

    SERIES 2

    SERIES 2

    SERIES 2

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    SERIES 1

    1010 Cool Gray

    1020 Warm Gray

    BLACKS, WHITES, & GRAYS

  • ABOUT PASTEL Although pastel is a very old medium, it is now enjoying a renaissance among artists and collectors. Increasing numbers of artists are using pastel as their primary medium. Pastel is not “chalk”. The pigments used in pastel are the same pigments used in watercolor, oil, and acrylic painting. The pastel stick is made up of very finely ground pigment held in stick form by a very light binder. The pastel stick is applied to a finely textured, prepared, neutral pH surface, most commonly sand, aluminum oxide or pumice using various stroke techniques. The friction between the pigment and the painting surface permanently locks the microscopic pastel grains in place. The lack of oil, acrylic, or liquid binders found in other mediums allows the pastel painting to exude a stunning brilliance and clarity not found in other painting mediums.

    There are as many techniques of pastel painting as there are artists who are using the medium. Beautiful textures, vibrant colors, expressive strokes, and sensitive modeling are part of pastel’s appeal to the artist and the collector. Pastel artists are free from the hassles of tedious preparation, technical application details, and drying time found in other paint mediums. The possibilities of the pastel medium are endless, limited only by the artist’s ingenuity and imagination.

    The permanency of pastel contributes to its value. Properly framed, displayed and protected by UV museum glass, the realistic life expectancy of a pastel painting can be measured in centuries. The purchaser of a pastel painting can be assured that the work they are

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