Schmincke’s Super Granulation watercolours contain a combination of naturally granulating pigments which separate and settle into the paper surface for textural effects. After the popularity of the Galaxy, ...On 15 December 2020 / By Evie Hatch
Of all the artist colours, black may well have the longest history. Charcoal, soot, and charred animal bones were used in the earliest prehistoric cave paintings. Today, there ...On 27 November 2020 / By Evie Hatch
On Friday 18th September, Migrate Art’s Scorched Earth exhibition was installed at Cork Street Galleries in London. The charity exhibition includes works by contemporary artists made using Scorched ...On 29 September 2020 / By Evie Hatch
Before the introduction of commercially-made paints, artists or their apprentices would make paint from scratch using pigment and a binder. The first mass-produced watercolours were introduced in 1780 ...On 25 September 2020 / By Evie Hatch
Zinc White (PW4) is a cool, semi-transparent white pigment composed of zinc oxide which has been used in artist paints since the 18th century. It is commonly found ...On 9 August 2020 / By Evie Hatch
Schmincke have added 15 limited edition super-granulating colours to their Horadam watercolour range. Each colour contains a combination of granulating pigments which separate and settle into the paper ...On 14 July 2020 / By Evie Hatch
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