₨ 4,595 – ₨ 9,995
Sennelier’s passion for colour chemistry and focused pigment research led to the development of a distinctive oil colour manufacturing process that has been employed for generations.
Sennelier gathers only the finest natural and inorganic pigments from around the world. The pure pigments are ground very slowly with extreme care to an extra-fine consistency. They are then combined at maximum concentration with an archival safflower oil to yield the highest possible tinting strength and a lustrous satin finish. The sensuous pigments have a unique buttery texture, a consistency originally developed for the expressive style of the Impressionist painters who frequented the Sennelier store in the 19th century. Sennelier’s meticulous work, his vast knowledge of pigments, his talents as a colourist, and collaboration with Cezanne and other Masters gave rise to a palette of oil colours that quickly became the standard of quality. Favoured by some of the greatest artists (Monet, Gauguin, Matisse, Picasso, Bonnard, Modigliani, Chagall, Ernst, Hockney), Sennelier oils hang in the world’s most prestigious museums.
|sennelier oil colors 200 ml||
S1. 116 titanium white, S1. 119 zinc white, S1. 202 burnt umber, S1. 211 brunt sienna, S1. 213 green earth, S1. 250 modigliani ochre, S1. 252 yellow ochre, S1. 407 van dyck brown, S1. 705 warm grey, S1. 707 cool grey, S2. 314 french ultramarine blue, S2. 318 prussian blue, S2. 320 azure blue, S2. 323 cerulean blue hue, S2. 650 blush tint, S2. 657 permanent rose, S2. 703 payne's grey, S2. 819 sap green, S2. 901 king's blue, S3. 590 indian yellow orange, S3. 677 chinese vermilion, S3. 807 chromium green deep, S3. 817 phthalo green warm, S3. 845 parmanent green, S3. 915 manganese violet, S4. 303 cobalt blue hue, S4. 576 nickel yellow, S4. 613 cadmium red light hue, S4. 837 viridian, S4. cad.yellow medium hue