Burnt Umber 🎨 RGB Color Code: #8A3324
The hexadecimal RGB code of Burnt Umber color is #8A3324. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 8A red (138/256), a 33 green (51/256) and a 24 blue component (36/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(138,51,36). Closest WebSafe color: Auburn (#993333)
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used umbers to create his rich and complex browns, as a ground, and to speed the drying of his paintings. This is the color raw umber. Burnt umber is made
in the early 1990s became known as the X11 web colors. Burnt umber is made by heating raw umber, which dehydrates the iron oxides and changes them partially
called burnt sienna. It takes its name from the city-state of Siena, where it was produced more widely during the Renaissance. Along with ochre and umber, it
umber, the dark brown clay mined from the earth around Umbria, in Italy; raw sienna, a reddish-brown earth mined near Siena, in Tuscany; burnt umber,
brown bituminous pigment with good transparency, sitting between burnt umber and raw umber in tint. The pigment was made from the flesh of mummies mixed
they were originally mined. Raw sienna and burnt sienna came from Siena, Italy, while raw umber and burnt umber came from Umbria. These pigments were among
phthalo blue, Prussian blue, midnight black, dark sienna, van dyke brown, burnt umber (discontinued in later seasons), alizarin crimson, sap green, cadmium
sugar Bud green Buff Burgundy Burlywood Burnished brown Burnt orange Burnt sienna Burnt umber Byzantine Byzantium Cadet Cadet blue Cadet grey Cadmium
powers and wore a navy-blue tunic, baggy green trousers, and a large burnt umber hat. He also had a large, thick, blond moustache and goatee beard. Sportacus
MnO2 + nH2O + Si + Al2O3. When calcined (heated) it is referred to as burnt umber and has more intense colors. Raw sienna (PBr7): a naturally occurring
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