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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Fired Gold Ochre-0Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Fired Gold Ochre-0
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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Fired Gold Ochre

1,260.00

A wonderful brick red, the rich, ruddy color of an Irish Setter. Transparent, granulating and non-staining, it is beautiful in any strength and makes an exquisite range of skin tones.

SKU: 284600172
Pigment: PR 102 | Series: 2
Lightfastness: I – Excellent
Transparency: Transparent
Staining: 1-Non-Staining
Granulation: Granulating

Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Goethite-Brown Ochre-0Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Goethite-Brown Ochre-0
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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Goethite-Brown Ochre

1,010.00

Excellent Lightfastness, Semi-transparent, Granulating, Low staining
PY 43
Conforms to ASTM D4236
Found in iron deposits nearly worldwide, Goethite (Brown Ochre) is named after Johann Wolfgang Goethe, the German philosopher, poet and mineralogist. Our unusually pure pigment is mined in Russia, south of Moscow. Rich and warm, DANIEL SMITH Goethite is a dark tea color in masstone and washes out to a rich, warm tan. In washes, it displays intriguing granulation, with pools of light and dark in every brushstroke. Like all colors derived from the earth, it is lightfast and permanent – a lasting connection to the planet and the creative forces of nature.
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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Hematite Burnt Scarlet Genuine-0Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Hematite Burnt Scarlet Genuine-0
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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Hematite Burnt Scarlet Genuine

1,420.00

Hematite mineral
Conforms to ASTM D4236
Hematite stones are crushed and milled to a fine pigment to create a dramatic reddish brown watercolor with maximum granulation. Add texture to your work with this genuine PrimaTek pigment. Perfect for rugged landscapes and the natural texture of wood, stones and brick. Hematite is ground from a heavy silvery-black mineral rich in iron. In a thick wash, the heavier particles settle, creating bold granulation. In a thin wash, it is a rich sienna. Hematite Burnt Scarlet mixes wonderfully with other colors both neutralizing the color and adding beautful granulation. Hematite or the traditional Greek name, Bloodstone – when you paint, you can almost feel the pounding of the battle drums as ancient warriors covered their bodies with Hematite in the belief that they would be protected from mortal wounds. According to lore and superstition, large surface deposits of Hematite mark the site of hard fought battles, where the blood of fallen soldiers flowed into the ground.

Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Hematite Violet Genuine-0Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Hematite Violet Genuine-0
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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Hematite Violet Genuine

1,420.00

Excellent Lightfastness, Semi-transparent, Granulating, Low staining
Hematite mineral
Conforms to ASTM D4236
Hematite stones are milled to a fine pigment to create this stunning watercolor. Rich and shadowy violet washes are studded with a pattern of deep granulation. Bring excitement to neutral tones with this PrimaTek pigment – driftwood, tree bark, and rocky cliffs come alive with texture and drama. Be inspired by this rugged violet that stays true with excellent light fastness. Hematite is ground from a heavy silvery-black mineral rich in iron. In a thick wash, the heavier particles settle, creating bold granulation. In a thin wash, it is a beautiful reddish, violet gray, thick or thin, Hematite Violet mixes wonderfully with other colors. Hematite or the traditional Greek name, Bloodstone – when you paint, you can almost feel the pounding of the battle drums as ancient warriors covered their bodies with Hematite in the belief that they would be protected from mortal wounds. According to lore and superstition, large surface deposits of Hematite mark the site of hard fought battles, where the blood of fallen soldiers flowed into the ground.
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