Gansai Tambi Watercolour Paints - Box Set - 48 Colours

Zig Kuretake


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Gansai Tambi Watercolour Paints ... Set of 48 Colours - by Kuretake. 

Zig Kuretake traditional Japanese watercolours are a high quality, water-soluble paint with rich pigments and beautiful colours in wide rectangular pans. Each pan is filled with a dry solid paint that reactivates quickly with water. This collection has 48 colours in basics, warms, cools, metallics, darks and vibrants which enable to you recreate many many more hues and tones.

Beautiful paints for adding colour to all your artwork, drawings and stamps including techniques using gouache, water colour painting, calligraphy, hand lettering, colouring stamps, sketching, illustrations, sumi-e and other visual arts masterpieces. All you need is a watercolour paintbrush or waterbrush (both also available, each sold separately) and splash of water!

The 48 colours are...
White, Natural Beige, Rose Beige, Lilac, Cherry Blossom, Black, Gray, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Scarlet, Red, Cadmium Orange, Rose Madder, Carmine, Rose Madder Deep, Purple, Imperial Violet, Cobalt Violet, Lemon Yellow, Aureolin, Cadmium Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Raw Umber Deep, Greenish Yellow, Malachite, Sap Green Light, Hooker's Green, Sap Green, Olive Green, Viridian, Forest Green, Turquoise Green Deep, Sap Green Deep, Lime Green, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Pale, Turquoise Blue, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine, Prussian Blue, Indigo, Blue Gray Deep, Horizon Blue, Indian Red, Maroon. Plus 3 metallics : Gold, Bluish Gold, White Gold.

Each rectangle dish is approx 1 3/4" x 1" and 3/8" deep.
The pans can easily be lifted out of the storage box and used on their own.
Packaging (approx) : 9 5/8" x 11 11/16".

The handy storage box has a black base and an apple green lid with a colour chart and clear overlay. It includes a colour chart on the lid.

Non toxic and kind to the environment. The materials used to produce this product are non-toxic. Safety was made a priority during production of these paints and no toxic heavy metals were used.

Made in Japan by Kuretake (Zig).