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Colors rarely seen in watercolor sets.
I made these myself, from the same dry powder pigments I offer for sale in another post here in my "Art Supplies" section.

These colors are resting in my own high fired porcelain thumb bowls. The diameters of the bowls are 1.75" to 1.5" The paints inside each are of a volume more than triple a full pan of watercolor that you would buy at an art supply store.

Because I do not use fillers, these colors exhibit the most saturated intensities when you use them in your next watercolor painting.

Historical colors are:
1. Italian Yellow Ochre - transparent
2. Caput Mortuum - Born at the beginning of History, this is a familiar maroon we see in the oldest frescoes adorning Italian church interiors.
3. Ultramarine Violet - Mixing your own violets can leave you with a murky purple while this violet is a pure vibrant color.
4. Terra Ercolano - is an ochre mixture, brilliant like no other sienna's or ochres.

Buy them singularly for $5 each - convo me for a custom posting.
Or as this set of 4 for $17.89

I am convo friendly if you have any questions, or would like to talk about art.

Rare Watercolors Handmade


Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: dry powder pigments, gum arabic, porcelain pans
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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