Winsor & Newton Oilbar Sets

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An artists' quality oil colour in stick form, Winsor & Newton Artists' Oilbar enables painting and drawing freely and directly onto surfaces.

The new Artists' Oilbar is a unique medium because it provides artists with greater buttery consistency and richness of oil colour together with the freedom and directness of pastels or charcoal. Artists' Oilbar is fundamentally different from oil pastels or oil crayons due to its unique formulation.

Available as loose sticks or in sets of 6 or 12 assorted colours.

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(subject to variation)

Set of 6
Cadmium Yellow Light
Cadmium Red Medium
French Ultramarine
Ivory Black
Titanium White


Set of 12
Cadmium Yellow Hue
Cadmium Red Hue
Permanent Alizarin Crimson
French Ultramarine
Cerulean Blue
Winsor Green (Yellow Shade)
Yellow Ochre
Burnt Sienna
Raw Umber
Ivory Black
Titanium White

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Set of 6 Product Code: 1690001
only 4 left in stock
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RRP: £40.00 £30.60

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  • Very good product - Winsor & Newton Oilbar Set of 12

    I had not used oil bars previously, but decided to try them after seeing some artists work, after a week of having them I ordered some more, I really enjoy being able to use each colour separately and how easy they are to blend and mix. Good value on Ken Bromley, beter value than other sites. P A Shaw (Scarborough, United Kingdom) on 12 Apr 2012
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  • Brilliant - Winsor & Newton Oilbar Set of 12

    I really love working with oil pastels, am getting the hang of oil paints, and after only a brief time I'm so far loving the oil bars. Am finding myself getting in more of a mess with them, but strangely I find that enjoyable. Only time will tell if any end products using them come out worthy of showing to anyone! Deborah Yates (Chelmsford, United Kingdom) on 3 Feb 2014
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  • Oilbars

    I Just bought a few to try and love their versatility. What i was wondering is if the exposed end could be wrapped in cling film to stop it waxing over. Making it soft and pliable for the next painting. Philip Coleman (Darlington, United Kingdom) on 17 Jan 2015
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