Carmine

DEFINITION

Red pigment made from cochineal, insects found in Mexico, it was important to artists for paintings and women as a cosmetic in the mid-16th to 19th centuries. Carmine first appeared in Spain in 1560. Burnt Carmine, made by roasting Carmine, was a purple-brown color. Source: Ralph Mayer, "A Dictionary of Art Terms and Techniques"

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