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Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolour 18 Colour Set

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Traditional Japanese pan watercolours for professional artists and crafters.

Japanese watercolour - Gansai - is slightly more opaque and vivid water-based pigment when compared with traditional European watercolour, producing bold and vibrant gouache-like colour. However, it may also be diluted further for watercolourly washes. Kuretake Gansai Tambi is particularly desirable to illustrators and contemporary watercolourists.

This set of 18 colours contains: #10 White, #20 Black, #31 Cadmium Scarlet, #32 Red, #34 Rose Madder, #36 Rose Madder Deep, #139 Cobalt Violet, #40 Lemon Yellow, #44 Yellow Ochre, #46 Burnt Sienna, #51 Sap Green Light, #52 Hooker's Green, #53 Sap Green, #55 Viridian, #61 Ultramarine Pale, #62 Turquoise Blue, #64 Ultramarine and #67 Indigo.

Apply a wet brush or water-brush to activate each colour.

Each colour pan measures 4.5 x 2.9 cm.

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