The enhanced water colour, offering the widest choice of pigments and the high possible permanence. Since 1832 when Henry Newton and William Winsor introduced the first moist water colours to the world, much of our reputation for high quality has stemmed from the artist's water colour range. Since then artis'ts water colour continues to be formulated and manufactured according to founding principles, to create an unparalleled water colour range which offers artists the widest and balanced choice of pigments with the possible permanence.
Each colour within this wide spectrum of 96 colours has been selected and formulated to offer the high choice so that artists can use a palette that suits their work.
Both artist's water colour pan and tube colours are made individually to the higher standard. Pan colour is often used by beginners because it can be less inhibition and easier to control the strength of colour. Tube colour is popular overall and is ideal for those who use high volumes of colour or stringer washes of colours. Of course, artists can use both in any combination they choose.