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Faber-Castell's Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils provide artists with great versatility of expression when drawing, shading and painting in watercolors. Rich pigments dissolve completely when blended with a wet brush.
These high quality watercolor pencils are offered in 120 colors that are lightfast and can be reworked and lifted when water is reapplied, even after they have dried. The colors are matched to all other Faber-Castell lines.
120 Assorted Colors - This watercolor pencil set includes one each of Alzarin Crimson, Bistre, Black, Blue Violet, Bluish Turquoise, Brown Ochre, Burnt Carmine, Burnt Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium Yellow Lemon, Caput Mortuum, Caput Mortuum Violet, Chrome Green Opaque, Chrome Oxide Green Fiery, Chrome Oxide Green Fiery, Cinnamon, Cobalt Blue, Cobalt Blue Greenish, Cobalt Green, Cobalt Turquoise, Cold Grey I, Cold Grey Ii, Cold Grey Iii, Cold Grey Iv, Cold Grey V, Cold Grey Vi, Copper, Cream, Crimson, Dark Cadmium Orange, Dark Cadmium Yellow, Dark Chrome Yellow, Dark Flesh, Dark Indigo, Dark Naples Ochre, Dark Phthalo Green, Dark Red, Deep Cobalt Green, Deep Red, Deep Scarlet Red, Delft Blue, Earth Green, Earth Green Yellowish, Emerald Green, Fuschia, Gold, Grass Green, Green Gold, Helio Turquoise, Helioblue-reddish, Hooker's Green, Indian Red, Indianthrene Blue, Ivory, Juniper Green, Leaf Green, Light Cadmium Yellow, Light Chrome Yellow, Light Cobalt Turquoise, Light Flesh, Light Green, Light Magenta, Light Phthalo Blue, Light Phthalo Green, Light Purple Pink, Light Red-violet, Light Ultramarine, Light Yellow Glaze, Light Yellow Ochre, Madder, Magenta, Manganese Violet, Mauve, May Green, Medium Flesh, Middle Cadmium Red, Middle Phthalo Blue, Middle Purple Pink, Naples Yellow, Nougat, Olive Green Yellowish, Orange Glaze, Pale Geranium Lake, Payne's Grey, Permanent Carmine, Permanent Green, Permanent Green Olive, Phthalo Blue, Phthalo Green, Pine Green, Pink Carmine, Pink Madder Lake, Pompeian Red, Prussian Blue, Purple Violet, Raw Umber, Red-violet, Rose Carmine, Sanguine, Scarlet Red, Sepia, Silver, Sky Blue, Terracotta, Ultramarine, Van Dyck Brown, Venetian Red, Violet, Walnut Brown, Warm Grey I, Warm Grey II, Warm Grey III, Warm Grey IV, Warm Grey V, Warm Grey VI and White.
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