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Derwent Artists Pencil Set of 72

Code: DAP72




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These are the first colour pencil Derwent ever developed in the 1930s and used to be known as the No. 19 range.

Their traditional round barrel and wide core makes it perfect for broad strokes and free, expressive drawing. Artists pencils have a slightly waxy texture and are ideal for multiple layering and blending to produce an infinite spectrum of subtly different hues and tints.

Available in a fantastic range of 120 colours, Derwent Artists Pencils have stood the test of time.


Derwent Artists' Pencil Wooden Box Set of 120 (DAP120)

Derwent Artists’ Pencils Tin Set of 36 (DAP36)

Derwent Artists’ Pencils Tin Set of 24 (DAP24)

Derwent Artists’ Pencils Tin Set of 12 (DAP12)

This tin contains:

Blue Grey
Blue Violet
Bottle Green
Brown Ochre
Burnt Carmine
Burnt Sienna
Burnt Umber
Burnt Yellow Ochre
Cedar Green
Chinese White.
Cobalt Blue
Copper Beech
Crimson Lake
Dark Violet
Deep Camium
Deep Chrome
Deep Vermilion
Delft Blue
Emerald Green
Flesh Pink
French Grey
Gernamium Lake
Golden Brown
Grass Green
Imperial Purple
Ivory Black
Jade Green
Juniper Green
Kingfisher Blie
Lemon Cadmium
Light Blue
Light Violet
Madder Carmine
May Green
Middle Chrome
Mineral Green
Naples Yellow
Olive Green
Orange Chrome
Oriental Blue
Pale Vermilion
Pink Madder Lake
Primrose Yellow
Prussian Blue
Raw Sienna
Raw Umber
Red Violet Lake
Rose Madder Lake
Rose Pink
Sap Green
Scarlet Lake
Silver Grey
Sky Blue
Smalt Blue
Spectrum Blue
Spectrum Orange
Straw Yellow
Turquoise Blue
Turquoise Green
Vandyke Brown
Venetian Red
Water Green
Zinc Yellow
  1. Derwent Artists Pencil Set of 72 Review by Dennis Fallows

    Someone bought me the old version in a nice wooden box. They don't take up a lot of room in my very small office/studio/computer room/junk room and don't make any mess. The 72 set gives more than enough scope for producing colourful pictures and these are not "kiddies" crayons as people might think. They do take time to cover the ground and work well with A5 or A4 papers. Once you get started they tend to take over and do most of the work for you. You are quickly absorbed in the way colours are blended between adjacent strokes and pictures tend to emerge in a satisfying way. Taken out of the studio a selection from the box and an A5 pad are ideal for a lightweight outdoor package that can go anywhere.
    Well worth exploring the medium. (Posted on 16/04/2013)

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