Da Vinci Artists' Watercolor, Iridescent Napthol Red, 15 ml.

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D2257-15
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Da Vinci Artists' Watercolor, Iridescent Napthol Red, is a professional quality watercolor paint that has a creamy, soft consistency right out of the tube. Formulated from a blend of Pigment Red 170 and reflective mica. Available in a 15 ml. tube.
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Da Vinci Artists' Watercolor, Iridescent Napthol Red, 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. Inspired by the shimmering Pacific Ocean near the Da Vinci Paint factory in California, Da Vinci Iridescent Watercolors are full of energizing depth and dimension. This watercolor paint is formulated from a blend of Pigment Red 170 and reflective mica.

Available in a 15 ml. tube.

More Information
Brand Da Vinci
Series Artists' Watercolors
Color Iridescent Naphthol Red
Color Family Red
Size 15 ml.
Format Tube
Pigment Info PR170
Opacity Transparent
Lightfastness Excellent
Staining Non-Staining
No. 2257F

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