Sennelier Van Eyck Medium 40ml tube
This product was used extensively by the Old Masters, such as Titian, Rembrandt and Vermeer. This expensive medium is very difficult to prepare and takes considerable time to produce an unusual emulsion of linseed oil, mastic resin, gum arabic and black oil. For maximum effect, mix 1:1 with oil paint to make colours richer and deeper, retaining an enamel-like glow when dry. It improves paint handling, since it makes oil colours 'non-migratory', allowing them to remain sharp and clear, standing out from the background. Mix into whites first for tints. 40ml tube.
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Sennelier are one of the worlds oldest fine art materials producers. Sennelier have been producing high quality art materials since 1887 in Paris, France, just steps away from Lourve.
Famous for its hand selected pigments and outstanding quality, the extensive fine art ranges include acrylic paints, oil paints, watercolour, gouache, oil sticks, soft pastels, tempera paints, varnishes & mediums and many more fine art materials and artists supplies. Many of the worlds most well known artists have relied on Sennelier to produce some of our the world’s favourite art works. Sennelier is an unrivalled quality of art materials for over 130 years.
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