Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolours - Orange or Red or PurpleSelect from 100 colours
Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolours (formerly known as Artists’ Water Colours) have maintained an excellent reputation since the introduction of moist watercolours in the 183s. These are truly a joy to paint with and are an artist-quality paint that is a favourite amongst watercolourists.
Available in 96 colours, the Professional Water Colours offer bright, vibrant colours with unrivalled performance. Using only the purest pigments, these paints are known for their brilliance, permanence, and strength of colour.
93 of the colours in this range are classed as permanent for artists’ use, rated AA or A for permanence to ensure that the colours used today will appear the same for generations to come.
|Availability||93 colours in 5 ml and 14 ml sizes|
We are proud to offer Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colours, specifically their cadmium-free colors, in our Eco-Conscious Art Materials Collection at Opus Art Supplies. These watercolors offer the same high quality and performance as traditional watercolors, while being more environmentally friendly.
- Cadmium-free colors: Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colours offer a range of cadmium-free colors, which are made without the use of this toxic heavy metal that is harmful to both humans and the environment.
- Sustainable manufacturing: Winsor & Newton is committed to reducing their environmental impact and have implemented several sustainability initiatives across their manufacturing process, including reducing water usage and waste, and using renewable energy sources.
Discover more eco-conscious art materials in the eco-conscious collection at Opus Art Supplies.
W&N Quin magenta is my go to for peonies. It’s a beautiful magenta that favours the pinky side rather than the deeper burgundy ones… I love it
Not disappointed, good pigment flow, bright and fun to use
I’m very happy with Winsor&Newton
paints for my water colouring. The colours are lovely and reliable .
I was lookjng for a plain, ordinary "crayon box" orange. This is more yellow than that but I prefer it anyway.
Crimson Lake is a rich saturated colour. A new favourite.