After a short swim out, the water changes to a deep ultramarine .
The background is a lightly mottled blue - the look you get when you apply ultramarine , a semitransparent pigment, in a reasonably straightforward fashion.
The brilliant pure blue of genuine ultramarine , obtained from crushed lapis lazuli, was a pigment used in Europe from the early 13th century when the method of extraction was perfected.
That color ranges from deep shades of brown, purple, ultramarine and emerald, up through hot pink, fire-engine red, fluorescent chartreuse and grating lavender.
Turning away from sheer, rocky walls, the deep ultramarine seems to envelop you and pin you back against the rock face.
They are small in scale and feature extensive use of gold and brilliant, rich and sparkling colors like ultramarine , Prussian blue, indigo, violet, purple, carmine and tangerine.
the colour of the water deepened to ultramarine
‘In them, Ken has fused the rich colours of sky, sea and earth - ultramarine , cyan, terracotta - with neutrals to create works which are serene and yet striking,’ says David.
An elegant Siddha on a cave ceiling is done in sombre shades of blue, ranging from off-white to ultramarine , an unusual colour scheme.