Grey Linseed Oil Paste

The colour paste allows you to mix your own linseed oil paint. To create a linseed oil paint you should mix the colour paste with boiled linseed oil.

Our pale grey is a light, rather cool shade of grey. It has a classic look. Due to its comparatively bright effect, it plays an fascinating game with the light and changes its character depending on the lighting conditions. If you paint pale grey in combination with other colours, these are highlighted in their colour. Pale grey has good opacity and is lightfast.

€36.95
(Incl. 16% tax)
Baseprice: 73.90 / l
Brand reine Leinölfarben

The colour paste allows you to mix your own linseed oil paint. To create a linseed oil paint you should mix the colour paste with boiled linseed oil.

Jensengrau is a warm, lighter shade of grey. Compared to pale gray, it looks more yellowish, warmer. In conjunction with other shades, Jensengrau will always support them and emphasize their colour. Jensengrau has good opacity and is a lightfast shade.

€22.95
(Incl. 16% tax)
Baseprice: 91.80 / l
Brand reine Leinölfarben

The colour paste allows you to mix your own linseed oil paint. To create a linseed oil paint you should mix the colour paste with boiled linseed oil.

Our Rosenholm Grey is a dark and harmonious colour. Rosenholm grey is a dark and very elegant shade of grey. It was made for the Rosenholm Castle in Denmark, which is why the colour is named after it. Rosenholm grey is a warm shade of grey, which gives a pleasant look. In Germany it is often used for timbered houses. Rosenholm grey has good opacity and is lightfast.

€36.95
(Incl. 16% tax)
Baseprice: 73.90 / l
Brand reine Leinölfarben

The colour paste allows you to mix your own linseed oil paint. To create a linseed oil paint you should mix the colour paste with boiled linseed oil.

Our Powder Grey has a grey-blue colour tone. The reddish nuance of the colour appears warm and cozy. Our powder grey is one of the very popular colours in our range. It bears the beautiful name Almueblaa in Denmark. Historically, it used to be a very common shade of blue/grey in Scandinavia. You can often find this on furniture in old farmhouses. The warm blue shade conveys a feeling of cosiness. This linseed oil paint has good opacity and has a satisfactory lightfastness.

€25.50
(Incl. 16% tax)
Baseprice: 102.00 / l
Brand reine Leinölfarben