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Why are the paints from 1980, I mean what is that all about?
This means they were made using processes from the 1980s, using pure pigments. The blues are made of a single blue pigment and so forth. There is no cross pollution with otehr pigments.
What is the use of a gel solvent?
The whole solvent free gel thing is use to help oil paints dry.
Are any of these paints transparent?
Normally, oil paints have less transparancy than other types of paints. It all depends on the concentration of pigments found in the oil that binds them together.
What are the names of the oil paints included in this set?
The names of this oil paints included with this set are Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Light, Yellow Ochre, Ultramarine Blue, Phthalo Green, Titanium White and Ivory Black.
What's the grade of these paints?
The paints are all student grade, but of good quality as well.
- This is a unique set only available through our here.
- It has Gamblin's 1980 Oil colors in tubes that contain 37 ml of paint.
- As an added bonus, you get a cradled wood panel, and also a solvent-free gel.
- These oil colors are student grade levels.
- They were also made in the great US of A.
Publisher: GAMBLIN ARTISTS COLORS
Details: This set of oil paints was made with the idea of helping students learn one of the oldest mediums of painting. See, why Leonardo Da Vinci, Jan van Eyck, Peter Paul Rubes, Bob Ross and many others enjoyed painting with oil. Oil paint is one of the most forgiving mediums of painting. If you make a mistake, just paint over it. You can't go wrong with these high quality oil paints.