Color Project No. 9 Cobalt Green Pale
Also called PG19 and is made by mixing cobalt chloride and zinc oxide at high heat. More zinc oxide makes a paler green of course.
Compare this to the Verditer Blue a few posts back that uses cobalt oxide plus aluminum oxide, then mixes that with cobalt chromite and zinc white. The art of a pigment maker is amazing. You need to be able to reproduce these colors reliably. At least to keep up with demand. I don't think I can make this green by mixing cobalt blue PB28 and a yellow so this is a valuable addition to the palette of a color aficionado. Of course, I never turn down a color from my palette anyway, but just suppose I might for arguments sake.
Meanwhile, It has a very granular wash and to get that dark green, it needed to be quite thick. It is a nice mid tone and I want to use it on top of a pale yellow. But no, I am not doing it! This is all about this green and was satisfying in its variety of texture.