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M. Graham Watercolor Series 2: 15ml Alizarin Crimson

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American-made M. Graham paints are top sellers at Wet Paint. Their formerly 35-color watercolor line has been doubled to 70 colors. Now enjoy hard- to-find colors such as Quinacridone Rust and Nickel Quinacridone Gold. This paint line holds up to blind color tests against the most prestigious, imported color lines.

Handmade with pure honey, gum arabic, glycerine and the most lightfast pigments available, each color is individually crafted to develop its own unique character. Because of its love of moisture, honey absorbs water from the atmosphere. Colors made with honey do not dry up in the tube or on the palette and always dilute easily, often after months or years of disuse. Honey has been used extensively throughout the history of art as an ingredient in water base colors of all types.

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M. Graham Watercolor Series 2: 15ml Alizarin Crimson
American-made M. Graham paints are top sellers at Wet Paint. Their formerly 35-color watercolor line has been doubled to 70 colors. Now enjoy hard- to-find colors such as Quinacridone Rust and Nickel Quinacridone Gold. This paint line holds up to blind color tests against the most prestigious, imported color lines.

Handmade with pure honey, gum arabic, glycerine and the most lightfast pigments available, each color is individually crafted to develop its own unique character. Because of its love of moisture, honey absorbs water from the atmosphere. Colors made with honey do not dry up in the tube or on the palette and always dilute easily, often after months or years of disuse. Honey has been used extensively throughout the history of art as an ingredient in water base colors of all types.

Color shown here for reference only.
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