Winsor & Newton Designers Gouache, Cadmium Red, 14 ml.

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WG094-14
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Winsor & Newton Designers Gouache, Cadmium Red, is a genuine single pigment color and has been favored for its strong rich color by artists such as Matisse.
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Winsor & Newton Designers Gouache has been produced since 1935 and to this day they continue to provide the finest artists' gouache range available. Mainly used by designers, illustrators and commercial artists to create vibrant illustrations in solid color, gouache is also widely used in fine art as an opaque watercolor.

Cadmium Red - A red pigment with excellent covering properties, Cadmium Red is a genuine single pigment color and has been favored for its strong rich color by artists such as Matisse.

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Brand Winsor & Newton
Series Designers' Gouache
Color Cadmium Red
Color Family Red
Size 14 ml.
Format Tube
Pigment Info PR108
Opacity Opaque
Lightfastness Excellent
No. 605094

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