Question 1 Report
Which of the following pigments can be obtained locally from clay?
Yellow ochre pigment can be obtained from clay. It is a yellow-brownish color pigment that is made by heating clay and is commonly found in nature. The color can vary from light yellow to dark brown, depending on the minerals present in the clay. Yellow ochre has been used for thousands of years for painting and as a dye for fabrics. Lemon yellow and blue pigments are not typically obtained from clay. Lemon yellow is a bright yellow pigment that is synthetic and not naturally occurring. Blue pigments can be obtained from various sources, but not typically from clay. Green pigment can sometimes be obtained from clay, but it is not a common source. Green pigments can be made by mixing yellow and blue pigments, or by using natural pigments like copper carbonate or iron oxide.