Description: Southeast Asian scale insect, gives wine-red dye and pigment color, known in Europe by various names by c.1400s. Artists in Cennini's time thought lac was artificial, but precipitated from organic matter, and knew to ask for "fine lac" if they wanted a good clear color. Unrefined lac was a darker dried-blood red, useful as a Caput Mortuum substitute in paintings.
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