Oils for Art


01. Zinc white

02. Titanium white

03. Brilliant yellow
PW6 PY3 PY42

04. Naples yellow light
PW6 PY3 PY83 PY42

05. Naples yellow reddish
PW6 PY3 PY83 PR254

06. Naples yellow deep
PW6, PY74, PY83, PR254

07. Zinc yellow

08. Yellow ultramarine

09. Cadmium lemon yellow (hue)

10. Cadmium yellow medium (hue)
PY74 PY83

11. Cadmium yellow deep

12. Cadmium orange (hue)
PY83 PY74 PR254

13. Yellow ochre
PW4 PW6 PY42

14. transparent gold ochre
PY42 PY83 PBlk11 PR254

15. Raw sienna

16. Light vermilion
PY42 PY3 PR254

17. Deep vermilion
PR101 PR48:4 PR122 PR254

18. Scarlet vermilion
PR101 PR254

19. Saturn red

20. Carmine

21. Pozzuoli red
PR101 PR254

22. Burnt sienna
PR101 PY42 PBlk111

23. Magenta lake

24. Alizarin madder lake
 PR122 PV19

25. Geranium lake
PR63:1 PV19 PR122

26. Violet lake
PV19 PV23

27. Mineral violet

28. Royal blue
PW4 PW6 PG7 PB15:3 PB29

29. Phthalo blue

30. Coeruleum
PW4 PG7 PB15:6

31. Mediterranean blue
PW4, PW6, PB15:3

32. Cobalt blue pale (hue)
PW4 PG7 PB29

33. Cobalt blue deep (hue)
PW4, PG7 PB29, PB15:6

34. Ultramarine

35. Prussian blue

36. Cinnabar green light
PY3 PG7 PY74

37. Cinnabar green deep
PY3 PY83 PB27

38. Paolo Veronese green

39. Permanent green
PG7  PW4

40. Emerald green (hue)

41. Hooker's green

42. Golden green
PY42 PY83 PG8 PBlk7

43. Olive green
PB27 PY42

44. Verona green earth
PO36 PY42 PB27

45. Raw umber
PY42 PG7 PBlk7

46. Burnt umber
PBlk7 PY83 PR101 PBr6

47. Van Dycke brown
PBlk7 PY42 PR101

48. Pearl grey
PW4 PW6 PY42 PBlk7

49. Ivory black

50. Vine black
PBlk11 PBlk7

51. Highlighting titanium white

52. Titanium fast-drying white

53. Titanium white extra concentrate

54. Nickeltitanium yellow

55. Gamboge (hue)
PY3 PY42

56. Flesh tint light
PY3 PY83 PR254 PW6 PR101

57. Flesh tint deep
PW6 PY83 PR101

58. Flesh tint reddish
PW6, PO36, PR101, PR254

59. Indian Yellow
PY150 PY42 PO36

60. Yellow lake
PR177 PY83

61. Bright Rose
PV19 PW6 PW4

62. Rose dore madder lake
PV19 PY74 PO3

63. Crimson lake
PV19 PY74 PR48:4

64. Turquoise
PW4 PW6 PG7 PB15:1

65. Periwinkle
PV19 PW4 PB28

66. Paris blue
PG7 PB27 PB15:3

67. Indigo
PB60 PR101

68. Berlin blue
PB27 PB15:3 PG7

69. Green lake deep
PB27 PG8

70. Green lake light

71. Sap green
PB15:3 PY83 PR254

72. Bohemian green earth
PY83 PG17 PBlk11

73. Renesans green
PY3 PG7 PY42

74. Burnt green earth
PY42 PB27 PR101 PBlk1

75. Chromium oxide green

76. English red

77. Mars brown
PY3 PY42 PBlk7

78. Caput mortuum
PV23 PB101

79. Polish brown
PR63:1 PBr6 PB28

80. Mars orange

81. Stil de grain brown
PY83, PR177, PBr6, PR101, PBk11

82. Munich lake
PB28 PR122 PBr6

83. Sinopia
PY3 PR177 PBk11

84. Transparent brown
PBr6, PY150, PBk7

85. Sepia
PY42 PBlk7 PO36

86. Kassel earth
PY3 PR122 PBlk7

87. Payne's grey
PB15:1 PBlk7 PB29

88. Bitumen
PY3 PV19 PBlk7 PBlk11

89. Silver
Aluminium pigment

90. Gold
Bronze pigment


* Available in 500 ml pot

Opacity and glazing properties

The opacity of a pigmented colour is not only depending on the thickness of the colour application but also on the kind and concentration of the pigment as well as on the kind binder in the colour. all colours have been submitted to the same testing method: satndardized application on black and white striped saturated base. this allows a classification with the following 4 symbols:

  opaque  Semi-opaque   Semi-transparent   transparent


This describes the durability of a colour in daylight. A number of influencing factors play a role too, like intensity of sunlight, temperature, moisture, oxygen or gas content of the air.

8 - Excellent  - Very good  - Good

Color Index and Pigments names

The Color Index system is an international standard to denominate dyes and pigments. A combination of letters and numbers indicate the colour category. For example: PO 20, means Pigment Orange 20. Color Index names are: PW (Pigment White) / PY (Pigment Yellow) / PO (Pigment Orange) / PR (Pigment Red) / PV (Pigment Violet) / PB (Pigment Blue) / PG (Pigment Green) / PBr (Pigment Brown) / PBk (Pigment Black).

Oils for Art

At Renesans, we believe we have a responsibility to every artist – a person that choose our paints.  So we honor their choice by continually working to create the best paint possible.
We select the finest pigments and binders. Our goal is to make paints Renesans made in Poland to be synonymous with quality.

Our environmental commitment goes beyond producing solvent-free paint for artists.
Oil paints are made with pigment that is suspended in a binder.  We use the finest linseed and safflower oil as a binder. These are plant-based, all natural and nontoxic.

Oils for Art are unique artist grade paints produced with a sophisticated manufacturing process to meet the highest standards. They contain the best quality of traditional artist’s pigments.  Additionally, we are excited about several newly developed pigments.  All of these are highly concentrated.

These formulas result in paint that is very pure with a lot of depth making them easy to mix.  Oils for Art paints are unique to other paints on the market because we use the old masters’ method  of combining oil with pigments that have been ‘pre-covered’ in linseed oil.  Our recipe uses different varieties of linseed oil that have been purified using a highly sophisticated process. Our production of white tones uses a mixture of oils based on safflower oil from Belgium. We use very minimal amounts of other agents and additives to provide consistency and harmony in the painting and drying process as pigment and oil are not sufficient on their own.

People who have allergies or sensitivities are more likely to have reactions to the solvents and thinners that are used to dilute the paint or clean brushes, not the paint itself. We suggest in a case like this to use our Vegetable Solvent for brushes and accessories cleaning and Solvents Free Siccative Oil Medium to add flow to the paint.

The range includes 90 colours, including 2 metallic, of paints in 20, 60, and 140 ml tubes and 31 colours of paints in 500 ml cans.