Winsor & Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oil Paint Set, Starter Colors

MP Code #MP-00462-001   Item #00462-3009

Winsor & Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oil Color is a genuine oil color made from modified safflower oil.

Read Reviews (2)   Write Review
Set of 6
Set of 6 Backordered (Available 10/21/2017)
  • $15.00
  • List: $29.99
  • (Save 49%)
Winsor & Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oil Color is a genuine oil color made from modified safflower oil. It has been specifically developed to appear and work just like conventional oil color. The depth of color, buttery consistency, lightfastness, opacity/transparency, performance and drying time of artisan allow artists to use this range for all oil color techniques. After painting, brushes can be cleaned using only soap and water. Artisan is popular with oil painters who do not like the smell of turpentine or wish to cut down or eliminate the use of traditional solvents. This set contains six 21 ml tubes and is ideal for beginners.

Set includes: Cadmium Yellow Pale Hue, French Ultramarine, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Phthalo Green (Blue Shade), Titanium White, and Yellow Ochre.

Size: Set of 6

Assorted Set
Color Family:
Previous Item Num:
21 ml
Show Reviews By
Pros | Novices | Students
Viewing Reviews 1 - 2 of 2 |
  • Oil Painting

    Reviewed on 9/26/2012

    As reviewed by Rebecca

    Experience: NOVICE

    I have found that you get just as brilliant of color than origional oil paints, also less of a hassle to clean thanks to the water soluble quality

    Was this review helpful?

    18 of 18 people found this review helpful.
  • Winsor Newton cheap for a reason

    Reviewed on 8/22/2017

    As reviewed by Mike

    Experience: PROFESSIONAL

    Winsor Newton water mixable oils are cheaper than other brands of wqter mixable oils because they use less pigment in their colors to keep costs down. Because of this, they change hue and value quickly when mixing, making them harder to match a specific hue or value. Daniel Smith or Holbein water mixable are more costly but have much more pigment in their paint and thus better quality. Consider Winsor Newton a student grade and Daniel Smith and Holbein a professional grade.

    Was this review helpful?

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Write a review