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STOCKMAR Paint 20ml bottle

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STOCKMAR Watercolour Paints are known for their excellent clarity natural transparency light resistance and scumbling properties. The colour range follows the extended version of 'Goethe's Theory of Colours'. Each tone has been adjusted so that it can be mixed well with the others. Harmonious intermediate gradations and boundary-less colour blending are also possible when using the wet-on-wet technique.

They can be used with all usual watercolouring techniques. STOCKMAR watercolours are ideal for transparent painting and when mixed with white can be used for non-transparent painting. They are produced from gum arabic and the finest light-resistant colour pigments have a very high yield value and remain completely water-soluble when dry. The colour tones have been chosen so that they can be mixed to yield all intermediate shades without losing their brilliance and intensity.

Tried and tested in art education at school and kindergarten these non-toxic paints are long-lasting and remain completely water soluble when dry.

The STOCKMAR Circle Paint colours are three unique primary colours (red blue and yellow) in the range that possess high spectral purity and transparency. With these three colour-circle colours the complete Goethean Colour-Circle can be created.

NOTE: Cobalt Blue, Colour 19 is not suitable for use by children. Please keep out of reach of children and use by adults only. Due to the inclusion of pure cobalt pigment, the price or this colour is more expensive than our standard range, but we continue to offer it as it is an important artist colour. 

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  • Made in: Germany
    Sold as: A single 20ml bottle, each colour is sold separately
    Material: Produced from gum arabic and the finest light-resistant colour pigments.
    Colours Available: Carmine, Vermillion, Gold yellow, Lemon yellow, Blue Green (viridian), Ultramarine blue, Red violet, Rust (Red brown), Black, White, Prussian blue, Cobalt blue, Indigo, Orange, Mauve, Turquoise, Sap green, Burnt sienna, Fire red, or Florentine Red (choose from the dropdown)

  • Safety: Conforms to EN71 Toy Safety Standards (exception Cobalt Blue, colour 19 - see warning note below)
    Warning:  Cobalt Blue, Colour 19 is not suitable for use by children. Please keep out of reach of children and use by adults only. 

    Non-toxic: Regularly inspected by independent laboratories for residual analysis
    Quality: Subject to the continuous review and refinement of subjective qualities and artistic properties
    Usage: Can be used with all usual watercolouring techniques. Ideal for transparent painting, and when mixed with white, can be used for non-transparent painting.

  • STOCKMAR products are known around the world for their high artistic qualities, harmonious interplay of colour and the company's social and environmental standards. A focus, and beyond all else, the healthy development of the child is central in the development of all STOCKMAR's products. Learn more about STOCKMAR...