Paint – Oil

Winsor & Newton Artist’s Oil Colour

Buttery and vibrant, Winsor and Newton’s Artist’s Oil Colour boasts 115 colours, made from only the finest pigments. Carefully formulated, each tone has excellent stability, tinting strength and coverage. Use them thickly with palette knives or brushes, or thin them to a very fine glaze. 

Winton Oil Colour

Winton is ideal for artists requiring large volumes of colour and looking for affordable quality. A traditional range of 47 colours, each individually formulated to enhance the natural characteristics of each pigment.

Pigments
Winton Oil Colour offers quality and affordability by using moderately priced pigments, rather than reducing the pigment load and compromising colour performance. The high level of pigmentation provides good covering power and tinting strength. The 31 single pigments in the range allow cleaner, brighter mixes and infinite hues.

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Gamblin

At Gamblin, our mission is to lead oil painting and printmaking into the future. To us this means crafting materials as they ought to be, not just as they have been. Our luscious colors and contemporary mediums are true to historic working properties, yet safer and more permanent. 

Gamblin 1980

Gamblin 1980 Oil Colors are made with the same dedication and pure pigments that go into their Artist’s Oils. In addition, the same process of mixing, milling, filling, and hand labeling is used.

In order to reduce the cost of oil colors, some manufacturers use gels and waxes to stiffen colors and replace traditional pigments with less expensive ones. Gamblin’s approach is different. 1980 colors are formulated with pure pigments, the finest refined linseed oil and marble dust (calcium carbonate). More affordable colors have been made with these three ingredients since oil painting began.

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