Gamboge 🎨 RGB Color Code: #E49B0F
The hexadecimal RGB code of Gamboge color is #E49B0F. This code is composed of a hexadecimal E4 red (228/256), a 9B green (155/256) and a 0F blue component (15/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(228,155,15). Closest WebSafe color: Harvest Gold (#CC9900)
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Gamboge (/ɡæmˈboʊʒ/ gam-BOHZH, /-ˈbuːʒ/ -BOOZH) is a partially transparent deep saffron to mustard yellow pigment. It is the traditional colour used
Gambogic acid is a xanthonoid that is derived from the brownish or orange resin from Garcinia hanburyi. Garcinia hanburyi is a small to medium-sized evergreen
and Sri Lanka. Assamese: Kũzi Thekera (কুঁঁজী ঠেকেৰা) English: gamboge (Sri Lanka), gamboge (India) Tamil: iravasinni (இரேவற்சின்னி), makki Malayalam: iravi
Vateria indica Resins Benzoin Birch tar Camphor Creosote Frankincense Gamboge Kauri Lacquer Mastic Myrrh Pine tar Pitch Rosin Turpentine Varnish Sap /
Ottoman Empire. Gamboge is a deep saffron to mustard yellow pigment and dye. In Asia, it is frequently used to dye Buddhist monks' robes. Gamboge is most often
plant species in the genus Garcinia, native to Indochina; it is one of the gamboge producing trees. Cytotoxic xanthonoids (gambogin, morellin dimethyl acetal
copaiba), and gum resins containing essential oils (ammoniacum, asafoetida, gamboge, myrrh, and scammony) are more used for therapeutic purposes, food and
Fuchsia (Crayola) Fuchsia purple Fuchsia rose Fulvous Fuzzy Wuzzy Gainsboro Gamboge Garnet Generic viridian Ghost white Glaucous Glossy grape GO green Gold
and a very talented photographer. Wishes to elope with Imogen. Courtland Gamboge: The Yellow Deputy Prefect who abuses his power and is interested only
blue dye indigo traditionally used to dye denim and the artist's pigments gamboge and rose madder. Sugar, starch, cotton, linen, hemp, some types of rope
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