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About Winsor & Newton
In 1832, chemist William Winsor and artist Henry Newton brought together the knowledge of the scientist and the creativity of the artist to offer an unprecedented choice of color, clarity, and permanence to fine artists.
Winsor & Newton pinpointed what was really needed — a regular source of reliable colors and brushes. First they developed vastly improved watercolors, followed by a number of other innovations including Chinese White — the first durable opaque white watercolor — and collapsible tin tubes for both oils and watercolors.
New era, new approach
A series of royal appointments and awards in the late 1800s paved the way for Winsor & Newton to introduce its colors around the world. And in the early 20th century the company expanded its range to offer key value ranges, and expanded its factories to ensure that paint and brush production continued during both World Wars. Throughout, William and Henry’s original ethos remained at the heart of the business — whenever there was a new, exciting, or better pigment or binder available, Winsor & Newton incorporated it, introducing Designers Gouache, Griffin Alkyd fast-drying oils, Artisan water-mixable oils, and the revolutionary Professional Acrylic with a translucent binderWinsor Newton continues to be innovative to this day, most recently introducing watercolor markers, watercolor sticks, and pigment markers.
Winsor & Newton was granted its first Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria in 1841, and has received the endorsement ever since. Today Winsor & Newton remains by Appointment to HRH the Prince of Wales, and may display his coat of arms. Known for his commitment to ecological issues, the Prince of Wales has additional criteria, asking that companies meet a code of good environmental practice if they are to supply his household. Winsor & Newton is dedicated to making sure that its materials, its manufacturing processes, and its communication with artists minimizes the company's ecological impact. A few examples of this include:
Classic yet contemporary
William Winsor and Henry Newton's commitment to quality and innovation are part of a rich heritage that informs Winsor & Newton to this day. The company is dedicated to the craft of fine artists and to providing them with new ways to explore their creativity, allowing them to share their work with a worldwide community.
Today, Winsor & Newton continues to embrace new ideas, seek out the latest technologies and materials, and devote its time to creating the world’s finest art materials, used by some of the world’s finest artists.
Draw with watercolor! Boasting the same brilliant, lightfast formulations as Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolors, these Professional Watercolor Sticks have a unique square shape that lets you lay down both broad and fine lines.
Use them dry to draw directly on your surface, then apply a wet brush to push, blend, and soften edges if desired. Or try dipping them directly in water for a variety of spontaneous effects.
The Winsor & Newton Artists' Acrylic Mediums are a great compliment to the acrylic color range as they contain the same cutting edge clear resin to prevents color shift. See the range of these quality acrylic mediums and varnishes to enhance your painting experience — and results!
There IS a difference between Winsor & Newton Artists' Watercolor tubes and pans. Both are professional quality, highly pigmented paint — so what is the difference? Watch this video to learn which paint is best suited for your needs.
This video explains the differences between Winsor & Newton Refined Linseed, Linseed Stand, and Drying Linseed Oils. Understanding what each of these mediums will do can help you achieve successful oil painting technique.
Liquin is a very useful medium used to speed the drying time of your oil paint. Learn about the different Liquin Mediums from Winsor & Newton. We'll explain what each one is best used for and how to integrate it into your painting process.
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