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Cotman Field Box

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Similar to the Artists' Field Box, this compact and lightweight Field Box has been cleverly designed to fit snugly into the pocket while providing everything required for successful outdoor water colour painting. Constructed in durable plastic with thumb ring, the Field box opens up to reveal 12 half pans of Cotman Water Colours, a Sceptre Pocket Brush, Artists' Sponge, 3 mixing areas and a 35ml. capacity water bottle.  (Brush included)
 

(subject to variation)

Cadmium Yellow Pale Hue Cadmium Yellow Hue
Cadmium Red Pale Hue Alizarin Crimson Hue
Ultramarine Cobalt Blue Hue
Sap Green Viridian Hue
Yellow Ochre Burnt Sienna
Burnt Umber Chinese White

Cotman Field Box Product Code: 0390639
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RRP: £38.50 £19.95

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  • Just what I wanted for holiday painting - Cotman Field Box

    Choice of paint colours good and ingenious design gives a lot of items in a very small box. It is ideal for taking on holiday. Stella Day (Orpington, United Kingdom) on 26 Jul 2012
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  • The box itself is perfect, as i expected. But... - Cotman Field Box

    But, the hairs of the brush are bent, so it is unusable, and the box don't close very well. But that's cheap and very handy.

    Sebastien MADIGOU (QUIMPER, France) on 5 Jan 2016

    Ken Bromley's replies:

    If there is any problem with the brush or the box, it is best to contact us directly by phone or email so that it can be resolved without delay.  These boxes are being sold at a greatly reduced price, as they are being discontinued.

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  • Almost perfect! - Cotman Field Box

    This compact little box is so portable and well designed,absolutely ideal for painting on the go, in my case on a sailing holiday! Only drawback is that it only comes with cotman colours so I had to dispense with them to buy half pan professional watercolours (I would normally use tubes)I would gladly have paid more for the artists ones. Sarah Harvey (Chichester, United Kingdom) on 22 Mar 2015
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