Daniel Smith PrimaTek Watercolours, 15ml Tubes

Daniel Smith
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Daniel Smith PrimaTek Watercolours are literally made from the 'ground up'. From prehistoric times to the Renaissance and beyond, artists have relied on natural pigments sourced from the earth, and Daniel Smith is proud to have revived these time honoured colours for today’s painters.  Daniel Smith's PrimaTek line began in 1998 with a cache of Lapis Lazuli – the gold speckled blue gemstone seen in King Tut’s mask – that Daniel Smith found, ground and formulated into artist-quality watercolour paint, Lapis Lazuli Genuine.  The response was great, and soon Daniel Smith hired a mineralogist to travel the globe in search of other exciting natural pigments.Renown for their outstanding colour strength, extremely vibrant colours and excellent brushing properties, Daniel Smith paints are well-reviewed for their lightfastness and unsurpassed tinting strengths. The pigments are procured from every continent except Antarctica, and the paints are manufactured in Seattle, Washington. Also available in 15 ml:  Daniel Smith - Red, Yellow & Blue Shades  Daniel Smith - Violet, Green, Brown & Earth Shades Daniel Smith - Black, White & Grey Shades  Daniel Smith - Luminescent & Duochrome Series
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Daniel Smith PrimaTek Watercolours are literally made from the 'ground up'. From prehistoric times to the Renaissance and beyond, artists have relied on natural pigments sourced from the earth, and Daniel Smith is proud to have revived these time honoured colours for today’s painters. 

Daniel Smith's PrimaTek line began in 1998 with a cache of Lapis Lazuli – the gold speckled blue gemstone seen in King Tut’s mask – that Daniel Smith found, ground and formulated into artist-quality watercolour paint, Lapis Lazuli Genuine.  The response was great, and soon Daniel Smith hired a mineralogist to travel the globe in search of other exciting natural pigments.

Renown for their outstanding colour strength, extremely vibrant colours and excellent brushing properties, Daniel Smith paints are well-reviewed for their lightfastness and unsurpassed tinting strengths. The pigments are procured from every continent except Antarctica, and the paints are manufactured in Seattle, Washington. Also available in 15 ml: 

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