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Walnut Oil has been used interchangeably with linseed oil for over a thousand years. It flows more freely, and has less tendency to crack or yellow.
Today it is known that Renaissance masters such as Da Vinci and Durer generally favored walnut oil over linseed oil.
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Walnut Oil to the rescue
By Karen, The Painter
from Springfield, VA
Comments about M. Graham Walnut Oil:
Graham Walnut Oil is the velvet in my oil painting process. As an active oil painter, I search for good quality, affordable mediums to use in pieces from 6" to 40". Walnut Oil keeps my work pliable for several work sessions, but still drys just as quickly as I need. It stores well and works well with various brands of oil paints.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I would buy again
from Detroit, Michigan
Blick is so easy - everything came packaged well and quickly. thank you Dick Blick
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
great product !
I love walnut oil for thinning oils when painting ...great stuff!
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Very nice oil
Works wonderfully with oil colours to make a smooth consistency.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
M. Graham Walnut Oil
By Carol from AR
I am learning to paint in a manner like Arletta Pech and this is what she recommends. I like the fact that I am not inhaling toxic fumes and it is a much healthier alternative to other mediums both for me and for the environment.
M. graham walnut oil
I use Gamsol to place my first colors then use Walnut Oil, to add my details, shading and highlighting. It just allows the oil paint to flow so nicely.
(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Baldwinville, Ma
I have no comment.
Like linseed but doesn't smell
from Lynchburg VA
This works like linseed oil but doesn't smell (much - it smells like light cooking oil to me). It's supposed to not yellow. I haven't had it long enough for the paint to be yellowing
Great medium and brush cleaner
from Petaluma, CA
I have been using M. Graham walnut oil as a medium and brush cleaner for many years. My sable brushes last forever.
By Artist Lydia Makepeace
from Naples, FL
I pair walnut oil with a Silicoil brush cleaning tank to replace solvents such as Terpenoid that I once used to clean my brushes. In addition to the health advantages walnut oil is much kinder to brushes than solvents which tend to dry out natural brush hair.Thanks to walnut oil I can now paint without nausea and headaches :D
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