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Thomas and Richard Rowney began manufacturing artist's colors in England more than 200 years ago. Daler-Rowney's Georgian Oils have been the UK's best-selling oil colors for decades, and now they've gained a reputation around the world. Now more than half the output from the company's color factory in Bracknell, England, goes overseas.
This high quality line of color is produced at a uniform and economical price. Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colors are ideal for use with a knife or a brush, allowing for a variety of effects to be achieved. Every batch is matched for color and texture against exacting standards to ensure they will perform perfectly anywhere in the world, from the Amazon to Antarctica.
Daler-Rowney's Georgian Oils are made in the same way as Rowney's Artist Oils, to the same high standards. The main difference between them lies in the choice and strength of pigments.
This set contains nine 120 ml tubes of Georgian Oil Colors, including Titanium White, Lemon Yellow, Cadmium Red, Coeruleum, Ultramarine, Sap Green, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, and Ivory Black.
This set contains six 22 ml tubes of Georgian Oil Color, including Titanium White, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium Red, Ultramarine, Viridian, and Burnt Umber.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
Rowney Georgian Oils include some organic alternatives to the more costly metallic pigments, indicated by the term "hue" in the color name. Pigments used in the hues are chosen carefully to provide a high degree of permanence and to match the hues of the more costly metallic pigments. Daler-Rowney's Georgian Oils offer excellent quality at a uniform price across the color range, giving the opportunity to learn and experiment.
Monestial Colors — Monestial Green, Monestial Turquoise, and Monestial Blue contain phthalocyanine pigments, and are equivalent to Phthalo Green, Phthalo Turquoise, and Phthalo Blue in other color lines.
Hues — Cadmium Yellow Pale, Cadmium Yellow Deep, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Red Deep, Carmine, Chrome Lemon, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Orange, Chrome Green, Cobalt Blue, Cobalt Violet, Coeruleum Blue, Emerald Green, Terre Verte, Vandyke Brown, and Viridian are hues, with a blend of organic pigments carefully selected to match the color and texture of the equivalent natural and metallic colors.
Whites — Titanium White is the most opaque and whitest of oil color whites, and is inert to other pigments. Zinc White is the most transparent white, as well as the slowest drying, and is widely used for tinting and glazing. Flake White, the fastest drying and most flexible of the whites, is widely used in underpainting.
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from BC Canada
Comments about Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colors:
I love Daler-Rowney Georgian Colors. They are rich and easy to work with. I cant say enough good things about their productss
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Wellston, OK
I use the Georgian oils for all of my plein air painting. I find them to be well suited for my needs,and since I put out enough paint to be sure that I am not bothered later while in the process of capturing the light and other items, I believe these oils are of great value to me. Although I use almost 100% Georgian Oil Colors, there is one color that is not available or to my liking in the Georgian based colors and that is Orange, so I buy Blicks Orange oil paint for my use. I find this hue to be the best in it's class.
good price for great oil paint
from Asheville, North Carolina
Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colors are my favorite paints.
By Ruth the painter
from Guatemala, Centroamerica
I have use these oil paints during the past 8 years and the quality is excellent
Love this product.
from Sapphire, NC
I consistency and color are superb and equal to much more expensive oils.
Excellent Product at a Great Price from Blick
By PPBC Art Teacher
from Western Colorado
The consistency is excellent, and color density is the best I found in this category. While a student grade oil the color density, work-ability, and permanence make it useful for professional work. Working primarily with painting knives the texture is great. For my students the quality and price are equal or better than competitive brands.
Good product reasonably priced
from Bellport, New York
I continue to buy this brand because of its pricing and the quality of this oil ...it has a good texture, dries well and I have had no complaints thus far. Could not find however cerulean blue and ended up buying it in Utrecht's brand,
from Irvine, CA
Rich and heavy, great to work with.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Very nice and smooth,I love the price as well.
The paint is smooth and very nice to paint with.The color tone is perfect and it mixes well.
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I love the smooth texture of the paint
from Boyne City, MI
I love the quality of the paint for mixing very good
Georgian is a high quality oil paint at an economical price. The lightfast, permanent pigments are finely milled for easy blending. Georgian is carefully tested for consistancy and there is no color shift between wet and dry paint making color matching a breeze!
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