WATERCOLOURS

WATERCOLOURS

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Very beautiful earth turning red. This color is, in my opinion, essential on the palette as it is rich in mixture. With blues, for example, burnt Sienna is a nice range of grays. With the reds, she creates "brick red" colors.

€6.12

Bright orange. This color is monopigmentary which gives it a very beautiful purity of tone. Due to its greater transparency, pyrrole orange may be preferred.

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Magnificent yellow-orange very bright and a beautiful purity of tone.

Its more marked opacity than organic yellows (Isaro Yellow light, dark and Indian) can hold back its use, however well mastered it is quite magnificent. It is undeniably one of the colors in my range that appeals to the majority of watercolorists.

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Very beautiful light blue, which pulls slightly towards green. Particularly suitable for working the sky.

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Real cobalt blue with a great purity of tone. Bright and close to primary blue. We can define it as the most blue of blues because it does not draw on green (like Prussian blue) or red (like overseas).

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Very beautiful green tone less dynamic than phthalo green. The emerald green is bluish.

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Golden color, to be used for certain highlights.

€5.74

It is a dark blue, which corresponds to a dark reddish blue. It is ideal for nuancing cool colors like violets and blues by giving them more depth. Also useful for forming greens, especially with chartreuse yellow.

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Very beautiful light mauve mono pigmentary and therefore a beautiful purity of tone. It can be lightened with Isaro pink and darkens with ultramarine blue or phthalo blue for example.

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Magnificent bright color. Indispensable in many mixtures and in particular to compose, with the blues, a large number of mauves.

With the reds it makes it possible to obtain "cherry red" or "raspberry red" tones.

In my opinion, it is one of the very useful colors on a palette.

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Dark mauve which can be lightened with Isaro pink and nuanced with overseas blue for example.

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Pale yellow with a slightly darker shade than lemon cadmium yellow. Luminous and bright yellow. Useful as primary yellow. It is one of the essential colors on the palette of a watercolorist.

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This black can be useful for certain mixtures. For example, by combining it with ultramarine blue to obtain Payne gray or mauve iron oxide or Venice red to obtain Van Dijck brown, if we add a little ocher we obtain the sepia color.

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This color can be used as the primary color. It is a bright pink, which forms with the yellows beautiful oranges and with the blue magnificent mauves.

€3.26

Very beautiful brown, slightly red. For watercolorists looking for uniform washes, March Brown may be preferred over natural soils.

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Magnificent red which turns brown. More transparent than burnt Sienna and less grainy, it can perfectly replace it for watercolorists who prefer a more transparent and reddish tone.

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Your dark purple tending to brown. Pure it is of an interesting tone. It also comes in composite colors like sepia brown or Van Dijck brown.

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This red is a very dark red. I find it magnificent in mixture with chartreuse yellow in particular because it forms magnificent autumn tones.

I find that its nuance makes one think of the "old crimson alizarines" of which it does not have the lack of stability.

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Very beautiful blue with a shade having an underlying green tone. Very bright and frank.

With phthalo green it forms very beautiful turquoise. With the yellows of the beautiful greens. With the ocher of the more muted greens and with the pink or the purple Isaro a beautiful range of mauves.

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Very beautiful green, turning blue. When mixed with phthalo blue, it gives a very nice range of turquoises. With the yellows to obtain a very wide range of greens. With the earths of earthy greens and with the burnt umber a dark green.

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Dark blue with an underlying green hue. This blue is very useful for creating greens, it is actually the blue of greens.