Raw Umber 🎨 RGB Color Code: #826644
The hexadecimal RGB code of Raw Umber color is #826644. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 82 red (130/256), a 66 green (102/256) and a 44 blue component (68/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(130,102,68). Closest WebSafe color: Raw umber (#996633)
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Raw Umber on Wikipedia
Umber is a natural brown earth pigment and color that contains iron oxide and manganese oxide. In its natural form, it is called raw umber. When calcined
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
percent) which makes it greenish brown or dark brown. When heated, raw umber becomes burnt umber, a very dark brown. The clay soil of Tuscany (here near Monteriggioni)
rich brown bituminous pigment, intermediate in tint between burnt umber and raw umber, and was one of the favourite colours of the Pre-Raphaelites. Mummy
generally used four different browns; raw umber, the dark brown clay mined from the earth around Umbria, in Italy; raw sienna, a reddish-brown earth mined
where they were originally mined. Raw sienna and burnt sienna came from Siena, Italy, while raw umber and burnt umber came from Umbria. These pigments
Green-Blue (1958), Violet-Blue (produced as Blue-Violet from 1930 to 1958), Raw Umber (1903), and Blue-Gray (1958). With the loss of Orange-Red, Orange-Yellow
cinnabar (PR106): HgS. Clay earth pigments (naturally formed iron oxides) Raw umber (PBr7): a natural clay pigment consisting of iron oxide, manganese oxide
magenta Quincy Rackley Radical Red Raisin black Rajah Raspberry Raw Sienna Raw umber Razzmatazz Razzle Dazzle Rose Razzmic Berry Rebecca Purple Red Red
the "dead layer," is applied over the traditional bone colour (one part raw umber to one part yellow ochre) priming to refine the values and remove the
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