Since 1832 when Henry Newton and William Winsor introduced the first moist water colours to the world, much of their reputation for supreme quality has stemmed from the Artists Water Colour range. Perfect for working at a large scale with a quicker release, tubes are invaluable. You can use large quantities in one go, which is particularly helpful with a restricted palette.
A synthetic lake pigment from the Madder plant, Alizarin Crimson was the first natural dye to be synthesised in 1868. It is a deep transparent red with a blueish undertone.
Pigment Codes: PR83
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