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Venetian red is a light and warm (somewhat unsaturated) pigment that is a darker shade of scarlet, derived from nearly pure ferric oxide (Fe2O3) of the hematite type. Modern versions are frequently made with synthetic red iron oxide.
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At right is displayed the color Venetian red.
The first recorded use of Venetian red as a color name in English was in 1753. 
The source of this color is a picture of a bottle of Venetian red car paint with a color sample of Venetian red on the side of the bottle:.
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