Along with Ochers and Umbers, Sienna pigments were first used in pre-history. Siennas take their name from the Renaissance city state of Siena, in modern day Italy. In its natural state, the pigment is referred to as Raw Sienna, and is a rich yellow-brown. Raw Sienna is among the most useful colours in an artist's palette as it produces warm foundation tints, and is invaluable for landscape and portrait painting.
Available in half pan, full pan, or 15ml tube formats.
Raw Sienna Warn Shade is also available in the following Stoneground palettes;