Over 30 years ago, painter Michael Harding set out for perfection in a line of handmade oil colors. He succeeded, and today Michael Harding Artists Handmade Oil Colors are a premier choice. Michael Harding strives to make create colors that are true and vibrant as well as beautiful and durable. He refuses to use fillers to extend the volume of his oils paints, and instead uses techniques which date back to the days of the old Masters to make paints with pure pigment and an incomparable texture. With these oil paints artists will see a difference in their artwork in a way only these paints can provide.
Colors available in 40 ml tubes.
▶ Instagram+IGTV: https://instagram.com/mhoilpaints ▶ Twitter: @MHOilPaints (https://twitter.com/mhoilpaints) ▶ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mhoilpaints Buy Now: www.michaelharding.co.uk/where-to-buy More info on each colour featured: Magenta (No. 303): Series 3 Magenta is a very lightfast organic pigment with strong bluish overtones that shine through as if it is used as a glaze. When made into hues it presents a wonderful range of decadent, strong cool pinks which evoke rich satins. In mixes with yellow lakes the results are ranges of strikingly warm gingery oranges or mixed with transparent oxide red one can almost exactly mimic the unique shades of alizarin. To make gorgeous purples mix with my Ultramarine Blue. Warm White (No. 137): Series 1 My Warm White is my contribution to artists who want a lead like paint without the lead content which is banned unless you have a “restorers” designation in the UK and EU. This warm white is very opaque, has outstanding brushing qualities and mixes well with every color on the artist’s palette. Warm White is available worldwide Bright Yellow Lake (No. 109) Series 1 Bright Yellow Lake is an Arylide organic Lake pigment. It has an incredibly high oil content and transparency with an enormous Tint Power that shoots right through mixes with a pervasive range of bottle green undertones. Beginners should handle this paint with care when adding it to other paints! It can heighten the Phthalo Lakes without making them opaque and when it is made itself opaque with the addition of white the results are almost luminous.