Recently, in The Artist magazine Ian Sidaway did a thorough review of Jackson’s oil paint. He found it to be a very worthwhile and affordable addition to his palette.
Ian Sidaway found that “compared with other artists’ colour ranges they are extremely good value for money, something that in the current financial climate is very welcome.” “Jackson’s choice of colours is astute. There is nothing esoteric or extraneous here. All available colours are useful and useable, and include all the essential hues that would be found on most artists’ palettes.” In the two paintings he made with Jackson’s oil colour “very little painting medium was used as the consistency of the paint is perfect for brushing out and for modest impasto work…a smooth, buttery consistency.”