American Journey Artists' Watercolor, Andrew's Turquoise, 15 ml.

Item ID
AJ1004-15
Availability: In stock

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Quick Overview

American Journey Artists' Watercolor, Andrew's Turquoise, is named after Joe's good friend, watercolorist Don Andrews. Don has a wonderfully unique way of using color in his paintings. Available in a 15 ml. tube.
Sale Price $12.29
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Reg. $18.39
List Price $30.65

American Journey Artists' Watercolor Paint offers artists the finest raw materials and high quality, maximum-strength pigments available. This guarantees clean, strong colors and makes for a more professional painting.

Andrew's Turquoise - This particular watercolor paint is named after Joe's good friend, watercolorist Don Andrews. Don has a wonderfully unique way of using color in his paintings. A perfect marriage of blue and green, Andrew's Turquoise is excellent for painting tropical water scenes.

American Journey Artists' Watercolors are available exclusively from Cheap Joe's Art Stuff.

More Information
Brand American Journey
Series Professional Artists' Watercolor
Color Andrew's Turquoise
Color Family Blue
Size 15 ml.
Format Tube
Pigment Info PB36/PG7/PW6
Opacity Opaque
Lightfastness Excellent
Staining Staining
No. AJ1004-15

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