Denise's Swatch Resource
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Yellows | Oranges | Reds | Pinks | Purples | Blues | Greens
Earth Yellows | Earth Reds | Browns | Blacks & Greys
Benzimidazolone Orange (PO62)
Common Names: azo orange, permanent orange
A light, warm, and semi-opaque yellow-orange pigment. Lightfast.
Cadmium Orange (PO20)
Common Name: cadmium orange
A lightly valued and semi-opaque mid-orange pigment. Very lightfast. Toxicity warning.
Benzimidazolone Orange (PO64)
Common Names: saturn red
A new and relatively unknown pigment in watercolors. Described by Schmincke as a semi transparent, cadmium free orange with good lightfastness.
Pyrrole Orange (P073)
Common Names, pyrrol orange
An extremely intense, semi-transparent red orange pigment. Lightfast.
Transparent Orange (PO107)
Common Name: N/A
A bright, clean, transparent, warm orange pigment. Rated as excellent lightfastness by Winsor & Newton.
Note: This pigment was released in 2014 by Winsor & Newton as a Limited Edition color available only in a 5ml tube. It now appears to have been added to their main line and is available in a 14ml tube on Jackson's as of March 2019, however the pigment number has been removed.
Pyrrole Orange (P071)
Common Name: transparent pyrrol orange
Ranges from a vibrant, semi-transparent orange to a deep red orange hue. Lightfast.
Benzimidazolone Scarlet (PO36)
Common Name: benzimida orange deep
A deep, semi-transparent, red orange pigment. Excellent lightfastness.
Quinacridone Orange (P048)
Common Name: quinacridone burnt orange
A transparent, moderately vibrant earth orange pigment. Lightfast.