An unrivalled history producing high quality fine art supplies for Artists since 1887.
- Sennelier Watercolour Half Pansfrom $15.95
- Sennelier Artist Pigmentsfrom $30.10
- Sennelier Oil Pastels$6.16
- Sennelier Gouachefrom $15.62
- Sennelier Rive Gauche Oil Paintsfrom $15.99
- Sennelier Watercolour Tubes 10ml tubesfrom $20.46
- Sennelier Venetian Turpentinefrom $24.71
- Sennelier Oil Paint: 200ml tubefrom $88.37
- Sennelier Urban Sketch Book
- Sennelier Oil Test Pack$63.93
- Sennelier Watercolour Varnishfrom $15.18
- Sennelier Watercolour Full Pansfrom $23.91
- Sennelier Encre Drawing Inksfrom $22.97
- Sennelier Pagode Black Encre Indian Inkfrom $18.04
- Sennelier Watercolour Tubes 21ml tubesfrom $32.58
- Sennelier Masking Fluidfrom $23.19
- Sennelier Oil Pastel Padfrom $49.19
- Sennelier Boiled Linseed Oilfrom $20.88
- Sennelier Cobalt Drier 75ml$23.72
- Sennelier Turpentinefrom $18.37
In 1887, Gustave Sennelier, a devoted chemist established himself as a purveyor of fine-artists' paints, just steps away from L'Ecole Des Beaux-Arts and facing the Lourve.
Having thoroughly researched the history and usage of pigments, he developed a distinctive process for manufacturing oil colours, formulating precise methods for mixing tones and for controlling their opacity and transparency. His work was so meticulous and his eye for colour so accurate that artists soon began to regard the sennelier palette as the ultimate standard of quality.
Sennelier artists’ quality oil paint have hung the world’s greatest museums, and the Sennelier name has become a legend in fine art.
Not only is it renowned for sustaining the traditions of the old masters, but it is admired worldwide for combining those traditions with the innovations of modern chemistry.
Sennelier has become the "Reference" brand that is today for artists because it has always been able to combine the tradition of old masters with the innovations provided by modern chemistry.
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