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Old Holland has been making artist colors since 1664, making it one of the oldest continuously operating companies in the art supplies industry. The company is known for uncompromising adherance to traditional techniques and standards.
All color making is done by hand, and all processes are controlled by artists. Pigments are ground in stone rather than metal rollers.
Old Holland Oils are produced according to traditional recipes, those used for paintings made in the 17th century. These paintings retain the clarity of their colors to this day. That's durability.
Like hundreds of years ago, only the best pigments and binders are used to produce very concentrated and light-fast paint, resulting in higher color strength, hiding power, and intensity. That goes for all 168 colors listed here.
Only cold-pressed linseed oil from the first pressing is used for the binder. This optimizes oxidation (drying) of the paint and also promotes permanence. The brush strokes flow out better too.
Hand-painted Color Chart
An essential tool for oil painters, this beautiful color chart displays every color in the Old Holland Classic Oil Color range on hand-painted chips that measure 1¾" × ½". The chart, which measures 27½" high × 12" wide, also includes comprehensive information about pigment composition, transparency, lightfastness, drying time, and oil content.
Introductory Set of 10
This set contains ten 40 ml tubes. The color palette will work for landscape, portrait, or abstract painting. Colors include Mixed White No. 2, Scheveningen Yellow Light, Scheveningen Red Light, Ultramarine Blue, Madder (Crimson) Lake Deep Extra, Sap Green Lake Extra, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Scheveningen Warm Gray, Old Holland Red Gold Lake.
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.
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Colour chart of Old Holland Classic Oil Colours
By CHENG, Chi Fai
from HONG KONG, CHINA
Comments about Old Holland Classic Oil Colors:
The Colour chart of Old Holland Classic Oil Colours is very good. It contains 168 sample of the real colour. Also, the table of the Colour Index, Pigment Classification, Transparency, Lightfastness, Drying Time and Oilcontent. For the understanding of the oil colours, it is very clear and a well make colour chart.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I love mold Holland paints they are awesome
from Gardnerville, NV
Old Holland oil paints are creamy and have good pigment power.
Old Holland gray is subtle for delicate effects. Indian orange is vibrant while transparent. Titanium white is clear and strong.Where are the three canvases I was supposed to get for buying three tubes?
Merchant response: Thank you for reaching out! We're sorry to hear that you didn't receive the promotional canvas, and we're sending it your way now. If we can be of further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us!
I love their magenta!
By Garden Artist
from Salem VA
Old Holland's magenta is more heavily loaded with pigment and more versatile than any other magenta or alizarin that I've ever used.
Best Pigment Load
By Julia Haw
from Brooklyn, NY
Old Holland Paints are PREMIUM. Due to the high pigment load you definitely get your bang for your buck as they last a long time. They are rich, highly saturated and top of the line.
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Top quality product.
from Anderson, IN
Cost is a factor as Old Holland is expensive. Nonetheless, the high amount of pigmentation comes in very handy at times and allows the paint to go further than any other,
I buy this product often
from Central, AZ
Old Holland paints are expensive, but they are worth the extra cost. They are super smooth and the colors are beautiful and vibrant. The thing I like best about them is that they are so easy to mix, I can get exactly the colors, shades or tints I need so easily without them becoming "muddy". Brushwork is superior due to the consistency and creaminess of the paint.
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Far and away the very best!
from Canton, MI
With the only downfall being their price tags, Old Holland are the best paints on the market, hands down. Any professional oil painter will tell you that. I love them for their thick creaminess, smooth consostency, and excellent tinting strength.
In my opinion, these are the best oils out there.
from Taos NM
I use these paints for palette knife work and for brush work.
This order was for Old Holland oil paints. I've been using them for years and love the colors and texture in my paintings. As usual, the ordering process was seamless.
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