By the end of 2005, Old Holland had developed a range of 168 New Masters Classic Acrylics, consisting of opaque and transparent lightfast colours, free of any kind of additives and filler, with a maximum possible pigment content and a minimum colour difference between wet and dry paint. The result of the high dose of pigment and the patented binding system is that each colour displays the unique characteristics of the individual pigment. The paint dries to a satin gloss and can be used in a wide range of techniques, from thick impasto to ultra-thin glazing.
Pigment classification: PY 42, PR 112
Colour index: 77492, 12370
Lightfastness: ASTM 1, 2