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  1. Gamblin Oil Colours 37ml

    Gamblin Oil Colours 37ml

    Starting at: £9.50

    Robert Gamblin started making artists' oil paints in 1980. Since then he has built a reputation as both an innovative and imaginative maker of some of the best oils on the market today. As well as usual single pigment colours you would expect, the range also includes an interesting selection of neutral greys, beautiful metallics and the truly innovative Radiant range of pastel colours. Combining science and artistry, Gamblin paints are truly exceptional. *Please note, this range is stored offsite. Please allow extra time for your order to be processed and dispatched. Learn More
  2. Gamblin Oil Colours 150ml

    Gamblin Oil Colours 150ml

    Starting at: £24.00

    Robert Gamblin started making artists' oil paints in 1980. Since then he has built a reputation as both an innovative and imaginative maker of some of the best oils on the market today. As well as usual single pigment colours you would expect, the range also includes an interesting selection of neutral greys, beautiful metallics and the truly innovative Radiant range of pastel colours. Combining science and artistry, Gamblin paints are truly exceptional. *Please note, this range is stored offsite. Please allow extra time for your order to be processed and dispatched. Learn More
  3. Winsor & Newton Artists' Oil Colour 37 ml

    Winsor & Newton Artists' Oil Colour 37 ml

    Starting at: £8.70

    This long established artists' quality oil colour range of 113 colours is well known for its firm consistency and excellent handling properties. Learn More
  4. Flake White Pigment

    Flake White Pigment

    Starting at: £18.76

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    Flake White Pigment, sometimes referred to as Lead White or Cremnitz White, is an artificial mineral pigment, lead carbonate. It is no longer available as a paint, due to its extreme toxicity. For this reason, great care must be taken when handling the dry pigment.

    It is not usuable in water-based media, but works well in oils. It creates a flexible paint film that dries quickly. Although opaque, small quantities do not dominate mixtures, and can help slow-drying pigments to dry. For this reason, it has been a popular mixing white historically; in fact, until the mid-19th century, Flake White was the only white pigment available to artists. Although varnishing is generally considered optional for oil paintings, it is recommended for works containing Flake White, as contact with sulphur in the atmosphere can cause it to blacken. It creates a warm white, which can yellow over time when mixed with linseed oil.

    Toxicity: D

    Permitted uses: Restoration of art works and protected buildings when alternatives unsuitable.

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