White Nights Pastel Watercolor Set Of 12 Full Pans
White Nights Pastel Watercolor Set 12 whole Godet in plastic case with two mixing palettes. Compact case, perfect for travelling. Colour range of 12 pastel shades.
White Nights watercolour is made of fine dispersion pigments, combined with gum arabic and vegetable components, make this watercolour very lightfast. Their high tinting and solubility make these watercolours highly recommended for beginners in the technique, as well as appreciated by illustrators and designers all over the world.
The set consists of the following colours:
Peach, Coral, Magnolia, Lilac, Lavender, Marengo, Dunes, Mint, Warm Green, Celestial Blue, Royal Blue, Pinck Peony.
Made In Russia
Watercolour painting at all times aroused the admiration of the public for its poetic beauty and stylistic diversity. Paintings, drawings, etudes, sketches executed by a watercolour on paper became favourite objects of collecting.
NEVSKAYA PALITRA has been producing WHITE NIGHTS watercolour since the 30s of the 20th century. The company’s production cycle is the performance of a complete set of works:
To date, the range consists of 134 colours, revealing a wide range of shades that meet the high requirements and quality of professional watercolour:
- Maximum content of high-quality fine pigments on a natural gum arabic binder. Each batch of initial ingredients through preliminary mandatory studies for compliance with standards.
- Paints are available in pans of 2.5 ml and in tubes of 10 ml. Watercolour in pans is semi-dry, does not require soaking before work, the colour is easily taken on the brush immediately after opening the package. The protective membrane of foil on the tube’s neck ensures the complete preservation of colour. The paint dried on the palette is re-diluted with water.
- High concentration of pigment ensures maximum intensity of the color tone of the watercolors. Saturation is maintained even when diluted with large amounts of water. White Nights® watercolors are distinguished by excellent transparency, which allows the artist to work with thin glazes. Pure colors allow to paint in mixtures and get a rich variety of shades. Most of the paints have the highest lightfastness index, which contributes to the preservation of works for a very long time.