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  1. Lefranc Harlem Duroziez Drying Medium

    Lefranc Harlem Duroziez Drying Medium

    Starting at: £9.10

    Lefranc Bourgeois are a paint manufacturer with a long history of supplying to artists since their beginnings in 1720.

    From their website: The Harlem Duroziez drying medium increases the brilliance and transparency of glazes. It enables the build-up of layers over the course of half a day thanks to the rapid drying effect of thin layers. It is completely dry within three days.

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  2. Winsor & Newton Liquin Light Gel

    Winsor & Newton Liquin Light Gel

    Starting at: £9.20

    From the Winsor & Newton website: This quick drying gloss medium offers a slight gel that brushes out smoothly and is ideal for artists looking for a non-drip effect when mixed with colour. Speeds drying (touch dry in 1-6 days depending on colour and film thickness). Ideal for glazing. Resists yellowing. Not suitable as a varnish or final coat. Learn More
  3. Schmincke Medium W

    Schmincke Medium W

    Starting at: £9.60

    Schmincke Medium W is an odourless, jelly-like ("lean") medium for mixing oil colours with water instead of organic solvents such as turpentine or turpentine substitute. It increases gloss and transparency, reduces viscosity and harmonizes the drying process.

    Dosage: 50%

    Thinner: Water

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  4. Roberson Matt Glaze Medium

    Roberson Matt Glaze Medium

    Starting at: £9.80

    Mix with tube oils or pigment to improve flow and translucency, resulting in a satin finish. Contains silica driers. May darken if cap is left off bottle; if this happens, replace the lid and leave overnight to restore the colour with no lasting ill effects.

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  5. Sennelier Oil Sticks

    Sennelier Oil Sticks

    Starting at: £7.65

    Solid artists' quality oil paint sticks. (Ø = 3/4 ; length = 5" ) SENNELIER Extra-Fine Solid Oil Sticks can be used alone or in combination with to oil colours in tubes. The oil stick colours can be used for an entire painting. They are applied directly to any traditional oil-painting support, such as canvas, wood panel or fine art paper. They need the same archival priming (acrylic gesso or oil ground) that oil paint requires. Surfaces: Before use, the surface film of the oil stick must be peeled off. It will form again after a few days of non-use, protecting and conserving the color. The oil sticks must be applied in a thin film application of no more than 1mm thick. Once applied they can be painted over with oil stick or oil paint and if desired be diluted with turpentine. Oil stick Medium, a colorless oil stick, may be used to produce transparent effects and glazes. Once applied, the oil stick surface will dry in 2 to 5 days, depending on the atmospheric conditions Varnishing: If varnishing is desired, you must wait 6 months (as in traditional oil paint) until the colour is completely dry, before giving the painting a final coat of picture varnish. Use a soft brush to varnish so that the oil stick marks are not disturbed. SENNELIER Extra-Fine Solid Oil Stick colours are either opaque (O) or transparent (T) depending on the nature of the pigment in each colour. Oil Sticks do not change during storage and require no special precautions except to be kept away from any source of heat, which could adversely affect the stick. Application Techniques After applying the colour with the point or the edge of the oil stick, colours can be mixed directly on the support using the following methods: • Blending, with brush, finger, or drawing stump. With or without turpentine • Wash-drawing, dilute colours with turpentine or mineral spirit • Retouching, with oil stick, palette knife or brush • Textures, thick application oil stick colour. Retouch with a brush or palette knife •Sgraffito, scratching a layer of fresh paint with a point (brush handle, palette knife, etc.) to reveal the layer below. Sgraffito is related to engraving, and is used not only for revealing the under-layers of paint but also to scratch and clean unsatisfactory parts of the painting •Interior Decoration, on glass, ceramics etc. Use for decorative purposes only Learn More

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