Holbein Artists' Watercolor, Quinacridone Gold, 15 ml.

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Holbein Artists' Watercolor Paint, Quinacridone Gold, inspires creativity, delivering consistency, permanence and performance in every brush stroke. Available in a 15 ml. tube.
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Holbein transparent watercolor paints contain no ox-gall, dispersing agents, or other animal by-products which allow these paints to move slowly. This unique consistency allows the artist greater color density and brush control but also remains smooth without cracking, crumbling, chipping or molding to the palette.

The pigments / ingredients for Holbein Artists Watercolor Quinacridone Gold are unavailable at this time.

This paint has the following properties:

  • Absolutely Permanent

  • Transparent
  • Holbein professional watercolor paints are available from Cheap Joe's Art Stuff in a 15 ml. tube.

    More Information
    Brand Holbein
    Series Artists' Water Color
    Color Quinacridone Gold
    Color Family Yellow
    Size 15 ml.
    Format Tube
    Pigment Info PY150/PO48
    Opacity Transparent
    Lightfastness Excellent
    Staining Non-Staining
    No. W342

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