Accessible but uncompromising on quality with good tinting strength. Available in 40 colours.
Cotman Watercolours uses fine art pigments with reduced pigment load than the Professional Watercolour range, making them an accessible choice while still uncompromising on quality.
Formulated to create uniform consistency, the transparent quality of Cotman Watercolour is perfect for new users.
Rated AA and A for Excellent and Good lightfastness, Cotman Watercolour gives artist the reassurance expected from a quality watercolour range.
“My name is Malgorzata Zdanio, I live and work in Belgium, and I’m a self-taught artist. My style and practice are influenced and inspired by nature, so for me, the translucency, luminosity and pastel qualities of watercolours help bring that inspiration to life. For my floral tutorial I’ve used Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolours and brushes.”
“My name is Fiona Roberts, I’m a professional artist, and I’ve been using watercolours as an integral part of my practice for the past few years. I’m drawn to how naturally loose, free and atmospheric watercolours make my work. Using Winsor & Newton Watercolours, brushes and paper, I want to show you how I go about approaching a portrait painting. I hope you enjoy.”
“My name is Tim A Shaw, I’m a London-based artist and I’ve been working professionally for over 15 years. I use a range of mediums in my practice, but one of my favourites to work with is watercolour. That’s why I’m excited to share with you the steps I follow to create a simple and impressive landscape painting using Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolours.”