Sennelier Artists Oil Pastels Singles'

Sennelier Artists Oil Pastels Singles

Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability.

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White

White
White
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL001 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP001 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Transparent Medium

Transparent Medium
Transparent Medium
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP221 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL221 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Iridescent White

Iridescent White
Iridescent White
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL125 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP125 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Luminous Yellow

Luminous Yellow
Luminous Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP233 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL233 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Ash Blue

Ash Blue
Ash Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP207 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL207 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Naples Yellow

Naples Yellow
Naples Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL021 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP021 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Golden Pearl

Golden Pearl
Golden Pearl
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL132 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP132 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Lemon Yellow

Lemon Yellow
Lemon Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL019 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP019 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Nickel Yellow

Nickel Yellow
Nickel Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP201 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL201 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Gold Yellow

Gold Yellow
Gold Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP022 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL022 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Yellow Lake

Yellow Lake
Yellow Lake
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP074 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL074 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Yellow Deep

Yellow Deep
Yellow Deep
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL020 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP020 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Bright Yellow

Bright Yellow
Bright Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP018 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL018 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Terra Cotta

Terra Cotta
Terra Cotta
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL232 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP232 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Gold Brown

Gold Brown
Gold Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP231 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL231 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Mars Orange

Mars Orange
Mars Orange
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL208 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP208 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Chinese Orange

Chinese Orange
Chinese Orange
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL090 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP090 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Mandarin

Mandarin
Mandarin
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL200 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP200 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Vermilion

Vermilion
Vermilion
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL038 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP038 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Light Red

Light Red
Light Red
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP029 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL029 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Red Gold

Red Gold
Red Gold
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL134 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP134 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Red Deep

Red Deep
Red Deep
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP030 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL030 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Ruby Red

Ruby Red
Ruby Red
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL031 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP031 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Permanent Intense Red

Permanent Intense Red
Permanent Intense Red
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL220 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP220 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Red Brown

Red Brown
Red Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP239 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL239 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Chrome Red

Chrome Red
Chrome Red
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP091 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL091 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Light English Red

Light English Red
Light English Red
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL240 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP240 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Pink

Pink
Pink
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP028 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL028 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Venetian Red

Venetian Red
Venetian Red
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL032 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP032 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Geranium Lake Light

Geranium Lake Light
Geranium Lake Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP202 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL202 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Pale Pink Madder Lake

Pale Pink Madder Lake
Pale Pink Madder Lake
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL077 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP077 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Purple

Purple
Purple
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL027 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP027 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Violet Ochre

Violet Ochre
Violet Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL209 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP209 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Coral

Coral
Coral
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP236 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL236 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Orange Ochre

Orange Ochre
Orange Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP238 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL238 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Flesh Ochre

Flesh Ochre
Flesh Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP025 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL025 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Rose Ochre

Rose Ochre
Rose Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL230 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP230 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Violet Green

Violet Green
Violet Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP017 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL017 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cobalt Violet Light

Cobalt Violet Light
Cobalt Violet Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP095 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL217 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cobalt Violet Light Hue

Cobalt Violet Light Hue
Cobalt Violet Light Hue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL095 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Red Violet

Red Violet
Red Violet
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL048 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP048 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Violet Alizain Lake

Violet Alizain Lake
Violet Alizain Lake
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP076 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Violet Alizarin Lake

Violet Alizarin Lake
Violet Alizarin Lake
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL076 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Bordeaux

Bordeaux
Bordeaux
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL008 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP008 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cobalt Violet Deep

Cobalt Violet Deep
Cobalt Violet Deep
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP217 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Blue Violet

Blue Violet
Blue Violet
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL047 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP047 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Parma Violet

Parma Violet
Parma Violet
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP216 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL216 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Pale Blue

Pale Blue
Pale Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL006 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP006 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Royal Blue

Royal Blue
Royal Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL227 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP227 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Ultramarine Blue

Ultramarine Blue
Ultramarine Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP005 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL005 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Prussian Blue

Prussian Blue
Prussian Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL007 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP007 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

French Ultramarine Blue

French Ultramarine Blue
French Ultramarine Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL237 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP237 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cobalt Blue

Cobalt Blue
Cobalt Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL004 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP004 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Deflt Blue

Deflt Blue
Deflt Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL203 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP203 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Indian Blue

Indian Blue
Indian Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP225 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL225 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Sky Blue

Sky Blue
Sky Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL226 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP226 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Transparent Blue

Transparent Blue
Transparent Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL123 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP123 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cerulean Blue

Cerulean Blue
Cerulean Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL003 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP003 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Azure Blue

Azure Blue
Azure Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP002 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL002 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Blue Alizain Lake

Blue Alizain Lake
Blue Alizain Lake
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP075 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Blue Alizarin Lake

Blue Alizarin Lake
Blue Alizarin Lake
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL075 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Midnight Blue

Midnight Blue
Midnight Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL211 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP211 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Phthalo Blue

Phthalo Blue
Phthalo Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL222 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP222 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Blue Chromium Green

Blue Chromium Green
Blue Chromium Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL084 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP084 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Indigo Light

Indigo Light
Indigo Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP080 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL080 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Celadon Green

Celadon Green
Celadon Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP214 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL214 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Prussian Green

Prussian Green
Prussian Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL218 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP218 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Chromium Green Deep

Chromium Green Deep
Chromium Green Deep
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL039 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP039 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Celestial Blue

Celestial Blue
Celestial Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP219 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL219 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Turquoise Blue

Turquoise Blue
Turquoise Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL206 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP206 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Bright Turquoise

Bright Turquoise
Bright Turquoise
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP082 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL082 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cobalt Green Light

Cobalt Green Light
Cobalt Green Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL043 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP043 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Baryte Green

Baryte Green
Baryte Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP040 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL040 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Viridian Green

Viridian Green
Viridian Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL044 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP044 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Olive Green

Olive Green
Olive Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL046 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP046 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Sap Green Light

Sap Green Light
Sap Green Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP088 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL088 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Pine Green

Pine Green
Pine Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL213 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP213 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Sap Green

Sap Green
Sap Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP087 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL087 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Chrome Green Medium

Chrome Green Medium
Chrome Green Medium
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL085 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP085 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cinnabar Green Deep

Cinnabar Green Deep
Cinnabar Green Deep
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL041 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP041 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Permanent Green Light

Permanent Green Light
Permanent Green Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP234 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL234 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Green Medium

Green Medium
Green Medium
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP045 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL045 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cinnabar Green Yellow

Cinnabar Green Yellow
Cinnabar Green Yellow
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP042 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL042 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Chrome Brown

Chrome Brown
Chrome Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP242 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL242 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Chromium Green Light

Chromium Green Light
Chromium Green Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL086 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP086 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Green Yellow Light

Green Yellow Light
Green Yellow Light
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL072 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP072 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Cinnabar Yellow Brown

Cinnabar Yellow Brown
Cinnabar Yellow Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP204 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL204 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Moss Green

Moss Green
Moss Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL205 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

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Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP205 £1.52 £1.52 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Havana Ochre

Havana Ochre
Havana Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL215 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP215 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Brown Pink

Brown Pink
Brown Pink
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP094 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL094 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Olive Brown

Olive Brown
Olive Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL210 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP210 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Mummy

Mummy
Mummy
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP212 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL212 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Brown Ochre

Brown Ochre
Brown Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP241 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL241 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Titan Buff

Titan Buff
Titan Buff
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP099 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL099 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Yellow Ochre

Yellow Ochre
Yellow Ochre
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL026 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP026 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Raw Sienna

Raw Sienna
Raw Sienna
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL037 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP037 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Reddish Brown Gold

Reddish Brown Gold
Reddish Brown Gold
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL135 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP135 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Earth Brown

Earth Brown
Earth Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL243 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP243 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Sennelier Light Brown

Sennelier Light Brown
Sennelier Light Brown
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP093 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL093 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Raw Umber

Raw Umber
Raw Umber
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP035 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL035 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Sepia

Sepia
Sepia
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP033 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL033 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Brown Madder

Brown Madder
Brown Madder
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL092 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP092 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Burnt Sienna

Burnt Sienna
Burnt Sienna
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL036 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP036 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Burnt Umber

Burnt Umber
Burnt Umber
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL034 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details

SOP034 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

English Grey

English Grey
English Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP229 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL229 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Blue Grey

Blue Grey
Blue Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP011 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL011 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Charcoal Blue

Charcoal Blue
Charcoal Blue
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
38ml SOPL235 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
Sennelier Oil Pastel come in a range of 120 lightfast colours.

SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that does not oxidise and that has no effect upon either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Yellow Grey

Yellow Grey
Yellow Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP013 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL013 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Grey Green

Grey Green
Grey Green
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP016 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL016 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Reddish Brown Grey

Reddish Brown Grey
Reddish Brown Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP015 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL015 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Light Grey

Light Grey
Light Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP223 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL223 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Pale Grey

Pale Grey
Pale Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP014 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL014 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Medium Grey

Medium Grey
Medium Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP224 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL224 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Aluminium

Aluminium
Aluminium
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP111 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL111 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Grey Deep

Grey Deep
Grey Deep
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP012 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL012 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Paynes Grey

Paynes Grey
Paynes Grey
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP096 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL096 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Charcoal

Charcoal
Charcoal
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP228 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL228 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Mars Black

Mars Black
Mars Black
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP098 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL098 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Black

Black
Black
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP023 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL023 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Pale Gold

Pale Gold
Pale Gold
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP112 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL112 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Rich Pale Gold

Rich Pale Gold
Rich Pale Gold
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP113 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL113 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Rich Gold

Rich Gold
Rich Gold
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP114 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL114 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.

Red Copper

Red Copper
Red Copper
Size SKU Non-member Price Saa Price Stock
SOP115 £1.75 £1.75 In stock More details

38ml SOPL115 £7.15 £7.15 In stock More details
SENNELIER OIL PASTELS

Parisian painter Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier the famous artist materials manufacturer, about creating a wax colour stick for his friend Pablo Picasso. Picasso, a long-time Sennelier customer and a frequent visitor to their store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a medium that could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced the incomparable Sennelier Oil Pastels. Originally available in a palette of 48 classic hues, the colour selection was expanded twice; in 1975 with the addition of 5 metallic hues, and again in 1980, when 16 iridescent and 6 fluorescent hues were created.

Beyond these classic hues a selection of unique shades is available, and in particular a graduation of 10 greys, required for a balanced palette. This evolution is the fruit of a long-standing collaboration with European and North American painters, who have worked with Sennelier in developing an exceptional palette of shades.

The Sennelier Oil Pastel is a product that makes use of the components used in all Sennelier colours: top quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium and mineral wax. The pigments are ground with an inert, non-siccative binding medium that dows not oxidise and that has no effect upson either film stability or surface. This base is then mixed with wax (neutral pH). The balance of this mix provides Sennelier Oil Pastels with a unique unctuousness and a creamy texture that allows for a great deal of freedom in pictorial expression.

The Sennelier Oil Pastels possess an extraordinarily high pigment content, thus providing them with a high colouring and covering potential, excellent brightness and a high degree of light stability (with the exception of metallic and fluorescent shades).

The remarkable properties of these components, along with their precise dosage, provide Sennelier Oil Pastels with unique properties, making the brand recognised worldwide.
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