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Matthew Palmer Natural Watercolour 14ml - Natural Blue

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The ideal tone for skies and water - easy to blend and a great addition to the range.

Matthew Palmers' stunning Artists' Watercolours are the perfect choice for painting the splendid beauty and colour of the changing seasons.

Specially blended by Matthew and exclusively created by the SAA, these sensational colour…
The ideal tone for skies and water - easy to blend and a great addition to the range.

Matthew Palmers' stunning Artists' Watercolours are the perfect choice for painting the splendid beauty and colour of the changing seasons.

Specially blended by Matthew and exclusively created by the SAA, these sensational colours are the perfect addition to any artist's palette.

Pigment Composition: Silica Sodium Sulphur Alumina Complex/Potassium Ferric ferrocyanide/Copper Phthalocyanine
PB29, PB15:3, PB27
Permanence: A (Permanent under normal conditions)
Notes: ST* (Semi Transparent)

* Colour strength may be reduced if exposed to acidic conditions
We take pride in the fact that our paints contain no animal by-products and are suitable for use by vegetarians and vegans.
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SAA PRICE £6.45

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Posted by Martin, Thursday, 12 October 2017 on product Matthew Palmer Natural Watercolour 14ml - Natural Blue

Question:

I've got both French Ultramarine (SAA) and Matthew Palmer's Natural Blue. In the palette, prior to mixing, they look extremely different but when mixed and painted they seem as good as identical.... anyone else finding this?

Answers:

  • Posted by Joshua Grant on Thursday, 12 October 2017

    There could be some similarity between these colours as they are manufactured at the same company. The SAA French Ultramarine consists of the following pigment Silica / Sodium / Sulphur / Alumina Complex . Whereas Matthew Palmer has chosen colours which he uses most often - the paint he has had blended contains the following pigments: Silica / Sodium / Sulphur / Alumina Complex / Potassium / Ferric Ferrocyanide / Copper Phthalocyanine. So, you can see they have very similar pigments.

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