We're proud to announce a new creative partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts. A series of films will explore our shared history and artistic heritage, which together represent some of the most defining moments in the story of British art history and innovation over the last 200 years.

We present a glimpse into the world of artist and President of the Royal Academy, Christopher Le Brun, where we find out more about Winsor & Newton's relationship with the 249-year-old institution and experience insights into Le Brun's own creative process.

exploring water colour

Join Christopher Le Brun in his London studio as he shares his appreciation for the art of water colour. In this short film he looks back to the great water colour masters of the past to explore some of the myths of the medium, and reveal its rich potential for artists. Find out how he works with colour as part of his own artistic practice and what he looks for when choosing the best possible water colour paints for his artworks.

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history & heritage

Christopher Le Brun turns to a fellow Royal Academician, and one of the greatest British painting masters of all time, JMW Turner, to understand more about the shared history between Winsor & Newton and the Royal Academy, looking back to the foundations of the company in 1832. Find out more about the close relationship between this pioneering artist and the historical development of materials by Winsor & Newton's founders.

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