Holbein Artists' Watercolor Paint Tubes and Sets
Holbein Artists' Watercolors are imported from Japan, a country with the oldest professional watercolor tradition in the world. Japanese colors have always been renowned for their brilliance, and Holbein continues in the same tradition.
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Holbein Basic Color Groups
Red — Brilliant Pink, Brown Madder, Cadmium Red Deep, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Red Orange, Cadmium Red Purple, Carmine, Cherry Red, Crimson Lake, Opera, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Permanent Red, Permanent Rose, Rose Madder, Scarlet Lake, Shell Pink, Vermilion, and Vermilion Tint
Yellow — Aureolin, Brilliant Orange, Cadmium Yellow Deep, Cadmium Yellow Lemon, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Yellow Orange, Cadmium Yellow Pale, Gamboge Nova, Greenish Yellow, Indian Yellow, Jaune Brilliant #1, Jaune Brilliant #2, Lemon Yellow, Naples Yellow, Permanent Yellow Deep, Permanent Yellow Lemon, and Permanent Yellow Orange
Green — Bamboo Green, Cadmium Green Deep, Cadmium Green Pale, Cobalt Green, Cobalt Green (Yellow Shade), Compose Green #1, Compose Green #2, Compose Green #3, Emerald Green, Green Gray, Hooker’s Green, Leaf Green, Olive Green, Permanent Green #1, Permanent Green #2, Permanent Green #3, Sap Green, Shadow Green, Terra Verte, Viridian, and Viridian Tint
Blue — Blue Gray, Cerulean Blue, Cobalt Blue, Cobalt Blue Hue, Cobalt Turquoise Light, Compose Blue, Horizon Blue, Indigo, Manganese Blue, Marine Blue, Peacock Blue, Prussian Blue, Royal Blue, Turquoise Blue, Ultramarine Deep, Ultramarine Light, and Verditer Blue
Holbein New Concept Colors
Dick Blick offers Holbein's complete line of 108 colors, including Holbein's 24 New Concept colors. Each New Concept color is intended to enhance the artist's treatment of specific subject matter. These new colors augment Holbein's traditional palette of 84 colors.
Holbein recognizes that each Artist develops a preference for certain colors that become an individual and preferred palette for most subject matter. The new colors are notable for their lightfast and physical permanence, both individually and in mixture. They offer exceptional chroma levels and outstanding brush handling qualities on high quality watercolor papers.
Basic Colors — Colors to enrich an artist's basic palette: Gamboge Nova, Brilliant Orange, Cherry Red, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Lavender, and Titanium White.
Landscape Colors — Colors to enrich landscape, mountains, and forests: Bamboo Green, Cobalt Green (Yellow Shade), Leaf Green, Mars Yellow, Umber, and Shadow Green.
Festive Colors — Colors to embellish any subject with a warm festive feeling: Gold, Silver, Brilliant Pink, Shell Pink, Rose Violet, and Bright Rose.
Sky Colors — Colors to enhance skies at the rising and setting of the sun: Horizon Blue, Cobalt Turquoise Light, Lilac, Royal Blue, Marine Blue, and Bright Violet (Luminous).