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Hansa Yellow is a synthetic yellow pigment used in oil paints. Hansa yellow pigments are lightfast and semitransparent. Hansa yellows were first made in Germany just before the World War I. 
Additional recommended knowledge
Hansa yellow is a modern synthetic replacement for cadmium yellow. It makes more intense tints and cleaner secondary colors in mixtures with other synthetic pigments.
Hansa yellow may be both toxic and a carcinogen. 
See also Arylide Yellow.
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