Art Spectrum® Prussian Blue watercolour is an intense deep blue with a powerful presence.
It was one of the first synthetic pigments created by the paintmaker Diesbach in Berlin around 1706.
The Japanese artist, Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), made extensive use of Prussian Blue in his famous print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa.. In accordance with proven traditional methods of production, all Art Spectrum® Artists’ Watercolours are carefully stone milled to enhance the individual brilliance of each selected permanent pigment and to maximise its handling qualities. Successful watercolours depend on selecting the best quality paper, the permanence and brilliance of the pigments and the use of a wide variety of quality brushes.
Available in 10ml tubes. Series 1-4.
We do not recommend using Art Spectrum® Artists’ Watercolours as pans.
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