Since 1997 Kremer makes unique, hard-to-find and historically accurate pigments.
Kremer makes historical pigments out of minerals, plants, woods or roots that otherwise would have been lost or forgotten.Whenever restorers need help concerning pigments – whether in the Louvre, the Prado or the J. Paul Getty Museum in California, Kremer is the name they turn to. But the client list also includes contemporary artists such as Miquel Barceló, who painted the dome in the Unesco Building with pigments and advice from Kremer.
Natural, extremely fine calcium carbonate in powder form
Natural, fine calcium carbonate in powder form
Phthalocyanine blue pigment
Quinacridone red pigment
100% Titan dioxide