Sinopia 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CB410B
The hexadecimal RGB code of Sinopia color is #CB410B. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CB red (203/256), a 41 green (65/256) and a 0B blue component (11/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(203,65,11). Closest WebSafe color: Mahogany (#CC3300)
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Sinopia (also known as sinoper, named after the now Turkish city Sinop) is a dark reddish-brown natural earth pigment, whose reddish colour comes from
Puanama sinopia is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Galileo and Martins in 1995. It is known from Brazil. BioLib.cz
of Sinopia during the Renaissance period (present Turkey), currently depleted, gave the name to the method. During Giotto times and before Sinopia was
Colors". Dick Blick Art Materials. Retrieved 2017-09-23. "Sinopia Casein & Milk Paint Recipe". Sinopia. Archived from the original on 2017-09-24. Retrieved
on this underlayer, which would never be seen, in a red pigment called sinopia, a name also used to refer to these under-paintings. Later,[when?]new techniques
Sinople may refer to: Sinopia, or sinople, a dark reddish earth pigment Sinople (heraldry), a term for "red", and later "green" in heraldry Plovdiv, Bulgaria
(Metallic) Silver chalice Silver foil Silver Lake blue Silver pink Silver sand Sinopia Sizzling Red Sizzling Sunrise Skobeloff Sky blue Sky blue (Crayola) Sky
Pisano and the treasures of the cathedral. Museo delle Sinopie: showing the sinopias from the camposanto, the monumental cemetery. These are red ocher underdrawings
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the 1966 Florence flood. They were all detached after the flood, their sinopia removed (and now stored by the Superintendency) and relocated in 1983,
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