Antimony yellow

a poisonous pigment used in painting and enameling, consisting chiefly of lead antimoniate and characterized by its fugitive yellow color, rapid drying rate, and strong film-forming properties.
Historical Examples

antimony yellow is a mixture of antimoniate of lead with basic chloride of lead.
Poisons: Their Effects and Detection Alexander Wynter Blyth

a yellow pigment, used by artists; lead antimonate
a similar pigment consisting of a mixture of zinc oxide with yellow colouring matter
the colour of either of these pigments


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