This color contains the following pigments:
PR60 is a bluish red transparent pigment with low tinting strength.
PR60 has poor lightfastness. As a result, it is recommended only for temporary works of art, and for artwork that is meant to be photographed.
P.R. 60 was patented as early as 1902 by Meister Lucius & Brüning. Because its tinting strength is low and its lightfastness is poor, its use today is limited primarily to plastics, inexpensive packaging, and paper coloration.