Formerly known as St. Petersburg, White Night watercolour paints are artist quality and are a popular choice for both professionals and amateurs. These paints are produced at the St Petersburg paint plant, which has been creating vibrant watercolours since 1934. Each paint is manufactured from finely ground artists pigments, gum arabic and honey to ensure brilliant colour. Paints made in this factory have been used in the restoration of many famous Russian palaces and cathedrals, as well as in the conservation of paintings in many Russia museums and galleries. Use straight from the tube or squeeze into empty pans for painting on the go. Whether you're a beginner or a professional, these paints offer great value for money!
This set contains 24 10ml tubes of White Nights Watercolour Paint. The set is presented in a cardboard box with an inner plastic tray which holds the tubes. To see which colours are included in the set click the 'Colours' tab above.
(subject to variation)
|Lemon Yellow||Cadmium Lemon|
|Cadmium Yellow Medium||Yellow Ochre|
|Golden Deep||Cadmium Orange|
|English Red||Cadmium Red Light|
|Madder Lake Red Light||Quinacridone Lilac|
|Turquoise Blue||Emerald Green|
This was a birthday present. I received a Ken Bromley gift voucher for my birthday during lockdown and used it to buy the 24 set. Very pleased. Not new to White Nights which are my go to watercolours. A little gripe is that Nevskaya Palitra chose to include both Lemon and Cadmium Lemon. Whilst they both have their merits I would have preferred another yellow to Cadmium Lemon. However, there's a good mix of colours to suit many subjects. Van (North Yorkshire) on 27 Jun 2020
Really good value as the tubes are generous and the price extremely reasonable for very vibrant colours which produce very lovely pictures. They were received quickly too. Thank you ! Heather Warren (Cambridge, United Kingdom) on 12 Mar 2020
Wished I'd saved to buy some better quality paints. They are alright, but the colour selection isn't great and the pigment quality just can't compare to Daniel Smith or even my Winsor Newton. I wouldn't recommend them I'm afraid. Caroline Matthews (London, United Kingdom) on 17 May 2021