Sennelier l'Aquarelle Watercolour Tin Set 12 x 10ml

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Special Price £45.99
Save 39% RRP £74.95

A tin set of 10ml watercolour tubes from the Sennelier l'Aquarelle range of watercolours.

Sennelier l'Aquarelle is a high quality honey-based watercolour paint. The honey used acts not only as a preservative but also as an additive bestowing incomparable brilliance and smoothness. 

Sennelier was established in 1887 by Gustave Sennelier, a devoted chemist who was also an established purveyor of fine-artists paints. Staying true to their roots, the colour palette remains that of the Impressionists and is always made in France, using traditional methods, combining the tradition of old masters with the innovations provided by modern chemistry.

Set includes 12 colours. Colours may be subject to change but typically included is: Lemon Yellow, Sennelier Yellow Light, French Vermilion, Sennelier Red, Opera Rose, Ultramarine Deep, Phthalocyanine Blue, Forest Green, Phthalo Green Light, Burnt Sienna, Payne's Grey and Warm Sepia.

The tin set also features a integrated palette inside the lid for mixing colours and a paint brush.

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