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  1. Cranfield (Spectrum) Beeswax in White Spirit

    Cranfield (Spectrum) Beeswax in White Spirit

    Starting at: £18.55

    From the Cranfield website:

    A pereparation of pure beeswax in white spirit, this is used to achieve a soft sheen on your finished painting. It will retard drying, allowing you to achieve a range of effects.

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  2. Cadmium Red Pigment

    Cadmium Red Pigment

    Starting at: £8.40

    PR108

    Cadmium Red is a synthetic organic pigment, which has been in use since the 1920s, effectively replacing vermilion. It is formed by heating cadmium sulphide and selenium, the hue is determined by the level of calcination and proportion of selenium. It is very opaque, and lightfast, with a high tinting strength. It absorbs a small amount of oil, and dries very slowly to form a hard, flexible paint film.

    Larger quantities are available by request.  

    Limeproof

    Toxicity: C

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  3. Roberson Studio Safe Beeswax Medium

    Roberson Studio Safe Beeswax Medium

    Starting at: £18.60

    A safe wax medium for impasto effects. This medium retains palette knife marks and brush strokes, remains thick and doubles paint easily, drying to a matt finish.

    Studio Safe products are non-aromatic, non-flammable, and have a pleasant orange smell.

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  4. Roberson Metallic Oil Sticks

    Roberson Metallic Oil Sticks

    Starting at: £16.40

    Artists' quality metallic oil paint sticks for painting & drawing. Non-tarnishing and highly pigmented, these soft paint sticks are made with an unique mix of mica pigments, oils and waxes which generate a solid metal effect. Easy to use alongside regular oil paint. Blend and shade the colours together to make further shades. Treat as oil paint for surface preparation and clean-up. Learn More
  5. Korns Litho Pencil Core

    Korns Litho Pencil Core

    Starting at: £5.90

    For litho on stone, plate and aquatint. Can be mixed with water. For aquatint applications. No.1, 2 and 3 are the most suitable for creating fine tonal effects. Acid resistant. Pencil core fits in our classic 5.5mm clutch pencil. Learn More
  6. Winsor & Newton Aquapasto Medium

    Winsor & Newton Aquapasto Medium

    Starting at: £17.10

    Gum Arabic/silica. Translucent jelly mixable with water. Gives impasto effect with water based colours. Learn More

  7. Cranfield (Spectrum) Linseed Oil Paste

    Cranfield (Spectrum) Linseed Oil Paste

    Starting at: £24.65

    From the Cranfield website:

    An almost transparent painting medium based on refined linseed oil and alumina. It is similar in consistency to Studio Oil Colours in tubes. It does not promote quick drying and may be used to extend oil colours. It can be used in large ratios where the desired effect is to increase yellowing and darkening of pale colours. It will not increase gloss.

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  8. Schmincke AQUA Effect Spray

    Schmincke AQUA Effect Spray

    Starting at: £15.65

    For bizarre surface effects. Apply while watercolour is still wet. No effect on strong absorbent surfaces. Learn More
  9. Michael Harding Non Absorbent Acrylic Primer - Colours

    Michael Harding Non Absorbent Acrylic Primer - Colours

    Starting at: £21.20

    Michael Harding Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer (NAAP) is a versatile product suitable for application on various surfaces, including linen, wood, MDF, and more. It is designed to create a robust, flexible, permanent, and intensely pigmented ground, making it an excellent choice for both acrylic and oil paints. Important Application Guidelines: Support Selection: NAAP should not be applied over surfaces treated with rabbit skin/hide glue or on unsound, flimsy supports such as cardboard. Opt for stable substrates to ensure the primer’s effectiveness. Not a Gesso: Please note that NAAP is a primer, not a gesso. As such, there is no need for additional gessoes, sizes, or other ancillary products when using NAAP. DIRECTIONS: Coat Application: Apply a minimum of two coats of NAAP to your chosen support, ensuring liberal coverage for optimal results. Dilution for Flow: If you desire increased flow, dilute NAAP with a mixture of 1 part water to 4 parts NAAP. This adjustment allows for customization based on your artistic preferences. Second Coat Application: Apply the second coat once the first coat is touch dry, typically after approximately 1 hour. This step contributes to the creation of a well-prepared painting surface. Additional Considerations: Suitable Supports: Do not use Michael Harding Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer on flimsy or unsound supports. It is crucial to choose a stable and well-prepared surface for priming to ensure the longevity and integrity of your artwork. Canvas Weave Consideration: Avoid using this primer on canvases with a wide weave. The non-absorbent nature of the primer may not be suitable for canvases with a loose or open structure, compromising its effectiveness. Transparency Check: Before application, inspect your canvas material by holding it up to the light. If you can see light passing through the wefts (threads) of the canvas, it is not recommended to use Michael Harding Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer. Opt for a more appropriate primer based on the transparency of your canvas. Learn More
  10. 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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  11. Alumina Hydrate Light

    Alumina Hydrate Light

    Starting at: £8.30

    Alumina Hydrate is an inert pigment with highly absorbent properties, which can be ground into oil paint as an almost colourless extender. It is often used as an additive in commercial oil paints, particularly in conjunction with transparent or lake pigments, as it provides stability and a homogenous consistency without effecting colour or gloss, although it may effect the pigment strength. When combined with linseed oil, it produces an almost transparent painting medium for extending oil colours. Sometimes referred to as Lake Base. Learn More
  12. Natural Beeswax

    Natural Beeswax

    Starting at: £11.20

    Beeswax is derived from melted honeycomb, and is available in two grades. Bleached Beeswax Pellets are white, having been bleached by the sun, and are an appropriate choice for using with pale colours, although they may revert to yellow over time. Natural Beeswax Pellets are yellow in colour, and offer a more flexible structure with a higher resin content. Beeswax has a melting point of 63-66°c, and may turn brown if over-heated. It is the most widely used wax in artists' materials, having a wide range of applications. Please see below for more details.

     

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  13. Schmincke AQUA Shine Medium

    Schmincke AQUA Shine Medium

    Starting at: £11.05

    Iridescent medium for shimmering and pearl effects. Retards drying slightly. Stays water-soluble. Learn More
  14. Cornelissen Historical Inks, Jane Austen Ink 30ml

    Cornelissen Historical Inks, Jane Austen Ink 30ml

    £10.50

    This ink is made to the recipe that Jane Austen used to draft her novels. Austen's maid took this formula from Martha Lloyd's book, ‘The House Keeper’. She used good-quality English oak galls, but poorer quality beer than Isaac Newton, and added a little sugar. Her recipe is less stable and turns ‘antique brown’ over a long period of time, while Sir Isaac Newton's remains black. Initially a medium blue-grey, it darkens to a rich matte back, slightly warmer in tone than our regular Oak Gall Ink. It is made in small batches and blended to give the required consistency and strength, and is fully waterproof in 5-7 days. Permanent and lightfast, it has been steeped for several weeks and left to ‘mature’ for several more in the bottle. When used on animal skins such as vellum, the acids in the Oak Gall Ink react with collagen, effectively ‘etching’ itself into the surface, hence its permanence. 

     

    Not suitable for fountain pens. Learn More
  15. 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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  16. Cadmium Red Deep Pigment

    Cadmium Red Deep Pigment

    Starting at: £10.10

    PR108

    Cadmium Red Deep is a synthetic organic pigment, which has been in use since the 1920s, effectively replacing vermilion. It is formed by heating cadmium sulphide and selenium, the hue is determined by the level of calcination and proportion of selenium. It is very opaque, and lightfast, with a high tinting strength. It absorbs a small amount of oil, and dries very slowly to form a hard, flexible paint film.

    Larger quantities are available by request.  

    Limeproof

    Toxicity: C

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  17. Clairefontaine Oil Paper

    Clairefontaine Oil Paper

    Starting at: £3.76

    360GSM, 50cm x 65cm / 19.5" x 25.5", 10 Sheets, Acid free, Subtle Linen Texture. Learn More
  18. Korns Rubbing Ink

    Korns Rubbing Ink

    Starting at: £22.99

    For creating textural and tonal effects. Learn More
  19. Cornelissen Historical Inks, Doomsday

    Cornelissen Historical Inks, Doomsday

    £10.50

    Our oldest recipe, this high-quality Oak Gall Ink was used by monasteries and the Crown in medieval Britain. Initially a medium blue-grey, it darkens to a rich, matte black, slightly warmer in tone than our other Oak Gall Inks. When diluted, beautiful warm red undertones are revealed due to the presence of wine within the mixture.

    Not suitable for fountain pens.

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  20. Schmincke Aerocolour Inks

    Schmincke Aerocolour Inks

    Starting at: £8.30

    A highly concentrated acrylic pigmented colour suitable for drawing pens, calligraphy, brush and airbrush techniques. 36 standard colours and 12 'special effects' colours. Lightfast and waterproof when dry. Glass Jar with dropper. Learn More
  21. 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
  22. Italic Parchment Calligraphy Paper

    Italic Parchment Calligraphy Paper

    Starting at: £2.10

    50cm x 70cm / 27.5" x 19.5", Calligraphy Paper, Acid Free, Cloud Effect, Smooth Surface, 25 Sheets. Learn More
  23. Schmincke AQUA Modeling Paste Medium

    Schmincke AQUA Modeling Paste Medium

    Starting at: £11.40

    Allows 3-D and structural effects. Apply with palette knife. Fine or Coarse texture. Learn More
  24. Schmincke Supergranulating Watercolours Half Pan

    Schmincke Supergranulating Watercolours Half Pan

    Starting at: £8.10

    Schmincke’s new supergranulating watercolour range is produced by combining two or more granulating pigments in each paint. Grouped into eight colour palettes, these beautiful shades have a textural surface effect, which is exaggerated when used on rougher and more structured paper. Learn More
  25. Cornelissen Historical Inks, Purple Carmine Ink 30ml

    Cornelissen Historical Inks, Purple Carmine Ink 30ml

    £6.50

    Purple Carmine is a beautiful, transparent, blue-purple ink, which can be layered up for deeper shades. This colour can create some interesting effects; when diluted, the purple splits into two colours, a red and blue. Due to the use of cochineal in our formula, this ink is not fully lightfast or vegan.

    Not suitable for fountain pens. Learn More
  26. Roberson Canada Balsam Medium

    Roberson Canada Balsam Medium

    Starting at: £39.10

    A high quality painting medium which will produce a deep glow, made from Canada Balsam and Turpentine. Especially effective with transparent oil colours, it is recommended as the medium of choice in the final stages of an oil painting. Learn More
  27. 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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  28. Michael Harding Non Absorbent Acrylic Primer - Clear Transparent

    Michael Harding Non Absorbent Acrylic Primer - Clear Transparent

    Starting at: £21.20

    Michael Harding Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer (NAAP) is a versatile product suitable for application on various surfaces, including linen, wood, MDF, and more. It is designed to create a robust, flexible, permanent, and intensely pigmented ground, making it an excellent choice for both acrylic and oil paints. Important Application Guidelines: Support Selection: NAAP should not be applied over surfaces treated with rabbit skin/hide glue or on unsound, flimsy supports such as cardboard. Opt for stable substrates to ensure the primer’s effectiveness. Not a Gesso: Please note that NAAP is a primer, not a gesso. As such, there is no need for additional gessoes, sizes, or other ancillary products when using NAAP. DIRECTIONS: Coat Application: Apply a minimum of two coats of NAAP to your chosen support, ensuring liberal coverage for optimal results. Dilution for Flow: If you desire increased flow, dilute NAAP with a mixture of 1 part water to 4 parts NAAP. This adjustment allows for customization based on your artistic preferences. Second Coat Application: Apply the second coat once the first coat is touch dry, typically after approximately 1 hour. This step contributes to the creation of a well-prepared painting surface. Additional Considerations: Suitable Supports: Do not use Michael Harding Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer on flimsy or unsound supports. It is crucial to choose a stable and well-prepared surface for priming to ensure the longevity and integrity of your artwork. Canvas Weave Consideration: Avoid using this primer on canvases with a wide weave. The non-absorbent nature of the primer may not be suitable for canvases with a loose or open structure, compromising its effectiveness. Transparency Check: Before application, inspect your canvas material by holding it up to the light. If you can see light passing through the wefts (threads) of the canvas, it is not recommended to use Michael Harding Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer. Opt for a more appropriate primer based on the transparency of your canvas. Learn More
  29. Roberson Impasto Medium

    Roberson Impasto Medium

    Starting at: £16.50

    Roberson Impasto medium is a crack-resistant medium for impasto effects. It retains palette knife and brush strokes, giving the paint sharp, defined edges. It remains thick and doubles paint easily, drying to a matte finish. To retain colour strength, mix one part medium to one part oil colour.

    Contains: Stand Oil, Damar Resin, Turpentine, Bleached Beeswax.

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  30. Cornelissen Historical Inks, Iron Oak Gall

    Cornelissen Historical Inks, Iron Oak Gall

    Starting at: £9.00

    Exclusive to Cornelissen, our intense black Iron Oak Gall Ink is made to a medieval recipe using oak galls collected in Cambridgeshire. The small, handmade batches are blended to give the required consistency and strength, and are steeped for several weeks and left to ‘mature’ for several more. Lightfast and fully waterproof 5-7 days after application, Oak Gall Ink has been used for centuries by calligraphers and scribes to create illuminated manuscripts and legal documents. When used on animal skins such as vellum, the acids in the Oak Gall Ink react with collagen, effectively ‘etching’ itself into the surface, hence its permanence. As with all products derived from natural ingredients, there may be slight variations in the colour and consistency of the ink due to seasonal changes. Not Suitable for fountain pens.

     

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