Da Vinci Artists' Watercolor, Artemis, 37 ml.

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D200-37
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Quick Overview

Da Vinci Artists' Watercolor, Artemis, is a creative combination of three pigments that display an astonishing array of delicately granulating colors within this muted blue violet hue. Use alone or to create unique mixtures. Available in a 37 ml. tube.
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Da Vinci Artists' Watercolor is a professional quality watercolor paint that has a creamy, soft consistency right out of the tube. Each color is extremely permanent, with the highest tinting strength and pigment concentration available. Made in the USA with craftsmanship quality.

Artemis - Named after the Greek goddess of the moon and NASA's launch initiative, Artemis is a creative combination of three harmonious pigments. As Artemis dries, its delicate granulation displays an astonishing array of colors resulting in a one-color wonder for painting the moon, mountains, shadows, skies, seas and everything in between. Regardless of this color's ability to stand alone, Artemis is also an affable mixer which makes it a perfect addition to any palette.

More Information
Brand Da Vinci
Series Artists' Watercolors
Color Artemis
Color Family Violet
Size 37 ml.
Format Tube
Pigment Info PG18/PB29/PR177
Opacity Semi-Transparent
Lightfastness Excellent
No. 200

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