Michael Harding Products
Bright, clean, one of the highest in colour for oil, a favorite for my Titanium White no. 1. Note, safflower oil is a slow drying oil. ...More info.
The use of walnut oil in paint can be traced back even further than that of linseed. When 15th century artists began to add oil to their tempera colours it was walnut oil that seemed the obvious choice. Jan van Eyck in Flanders and Antonello da Messina in Italy both knew of its handling properties; from that time on it was widely used by just about all the great artists, being more a question o...More info.
Introductory Set containing 6 colours in 40ml tubes ''Many people who are new to our products have requested that we suggest colours for them to try. We are happy to provide you with any of our Michael Harding Fine Oil Paint sets such as our Introductory Set. All our sets give artists the opportunity to try a selection of our luscious colours. Our sets also make for ideal gift giving!’’ -&n...More info.
The Michael Harding Plein Air "Master" Set containing 10 colours in 40ml tubes. This set is the perfect companion for the master plein air artist, but would also make an ideal gift. Plein Air "Master" Set Series Titanium White No.2 1 Cadmium Yellow 4 Cadmium Yellow Deep ...More info.
The Michael Harding Plein Air "Painter" Set containing 10 colours in 40ml tubes. An essential set from Michael Harding Artists Oil Colours for plein air painting. This set contains 10 of Michael Hardings most popular plein air colours, the tubes are 40ml too, making them ideal for those who enjoy painting outside, ''en plein air'’. Plein Air "Painter" Set ...More info.
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