Available in 108 luminous colours and used by artists such as Turner and Sargent, our Professional Watercolour is formulated using only the purest pigments to ensure performance and permanence.
Pans are portable and air dry and are ideal when working outside or quickly. Tubes are perfect for working at a large scale and using large quantities in one go. Both have the same intensity. Browse our colour chart below to find the colours available in each format.
Each colour has a range of different properties, from grades of permanence, lightfastness, opacity, staining and granulation. Discover them in the colour chart below or apply a wet brush to our hand-painted dot card to reveal each colour's individual characteristics.
Our Professional Watercolour paper is 100% cotton and made with exceptional quality and resistance.
Designed for use with Professional Watercolour and available range of sizes and shapes, this range was curated by artists for artists and handmade at our brush factory in England.
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Watch our masterclass on granulation and learn how to create unique effects in your work.
Ann-Marie made a watercolour a day for a month and talks us through her experience and experimentation using the medium.