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Winsor & Newton Professional Water Color Tube with Large Pan, French Ultramarine

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French Ultramarine
  • The finest water color offering the widest choice of pigments and the highest possible permanence
  • Series: 2/Color Code: 263/Color Index: PB 29
  • Permanence: A (iii)/Opacity: Transparent
  • Large Pans are perfect with larger sized brushes, to create broad, flowing washes, Measure 2.36in. x 1.58in
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236

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Color Name: French Ultramarine
  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 8 x 12.5 cm ; 132 g
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Item model number: 0127263
  • ASIN: B0049B3706
  • Date first available at Aug. 13 2013
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Color Name:French Ultramarine

Winsor and Newton Professional Water Color offers artists the widest and most balanced choice of pigments with the greatest possible permanence. The brilliance, transparency and purity of color is unparalleled to any other water color. Since 1832 when Henry Newton and William Winsor introduced the first moist water colors to the world, much of our reputation for supreme quality has stemmed from the Professional Water Color range. Since then Professional Water Color continues to be formulated and manufactured according to our founding principles. Each color within this wide and balanced spectrum of 96 colors, has been selected and formulated to offer the greatest choice so that artists can use a unique palette that best suits their work. French Ultramarine is a rich transparent blue. It was created by French chemist Guimet in 1828 as a synthetic but chemically identical alternative to the expensive pigment derived from Lapis Lazuli.

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