Winsor & Newton Artists' Oil Colour 200ml
Winsor & Newton Artists' Oil Colour is unmatched for its purity, quality and reliability - a success which is reflected in its world-wide reputation amongst professional artists.
Artists' Oil Colour is an oil colour of the highest quality offering the highest level of pigmentation consistent with the broadest handling properties. The use of only the purest pigments ensures the cleanest, brightest colours, which in turn produces the best colour mixtures.
Artists' Oil Colour is renowned for its buttery consistency, that can retain brush or palette knife marks. Alternatively, it can be thinned to give the very finest glazes.
|EDP: 0352290 Winsor Lemon (722)|
|EDP: 0352310 Winsor Yellow (730)|
|EDP: 0352090 Indian Yellow (319)|
|EDP: 0351960 Bright Red (042)|
|EDP: 0352160 Permanent Rose (502)|
|EDP: 0351950 Alizarin Crimson (004)|
|EDP: 0352300 Winsor Violet Dioxazine (733)|
|EDP: 0352120 Manganese Blue Hue (379)|
|EDP: 0352040 Cobalt Blue (178)|
|EDP: 0352070 French Ultramarine (263)|
|EDP: 0352180 Prussian Blue (538)|
|EDP: 0352100 Indigo (322)|
|EDP: 0352170 Phthalo Turquoise (526)|
|EDP: 0352240 Terre Verte (637)|
|EDP: 0352220 Sap Green (599)|
|EDP: 0352140 Olive Green (447)|
|EDP: 0352330 Yellow Ochre Pale (746)|
|EDP: 0352320 Yellow Ochre (744)|
|EDP: 0352190 Raw Sienna (552)|
|EDP: 0351970 Burnt Sienna (074)|
|EDP: 0351980 Burnt Umber (076)|
|EDP: 0352200 Raw Umber (554)|
|EDP: 0352150 Payne's Gray (465)|
|EDP: 0352110 Ivory Black (331)|
|EDP: 0352250 Titanium White (644)|
|EDP: 0352340 Zinc White (748)|
|EDP: 0352080 Gold (283)|
|EDP: 0352230 Silver (617)|
Learn how to use a glazing medium with oil paint to achieve transparency and luminosity. A way to unify the tones in your painting.
Learn how to create vivid and pure mixes by combining primaries that have the same secondary bias instead of using temperatures.
Knowing how to mix these secondary hue bias will allow you to exploit or avoid colour clashes.
These beautiful browns will advance any artist’s palette.
Learn the difference between impasto and olepsto liquin mediums.
Learn how to create flexible layers with different levels of mediums.
Scumbling is the process of layering oil colour with semi opague films over a darker layer. Adding in glazing from the work of renaissance painters.
A quick drying general purpose, semi gloss medium which speeds drying, improves flow and reduces brush stroke retention.
TEXTA School Crayons are ideal for preschool activities, right through to art classes.
Red Sable brushes are ideal for Oil and Watercolour.
Replacements blades for all Celco Knifes.