Watercolour Paint

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Watercolour paint is made up of pigment suspended in a binding agent, usually gum arabic. Watercolour paints are usually translucent, and due to the fact that they contain few fillers, the colours appear luminous when painted out. 

The most common support for watercolour paintings is paper, although other surfaces can be used as long as they are suitably primed. 

Ken Bromley Art Supplies stock watercolour paints and mediums by Winsor & Newton, Daler Rowney, Sennelier, St. Petersburg/White Nights & Daniel Smith.

Read our watercolour hints & tips

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Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set
Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set
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