Gamblin Artists Colors
Gamblin Artist's Oil Colors - White or YellowSelect from 96 colours
Experience rich, buttery tones and colours with the standard for professional oil painting artists.
Gamblin Artist’s Oil Colors are made with pure pigments and the finest refined linseed oil. As there are no adulterants or additives in Gamblin colours, each colour retains its own unique characteristics including tinting strength, undertone and texture.
Gamblin is dedicated to maintaining the tradition of oil painting while also working towards an artist’s studio with no exposure to toxic solvents.
|Grade||Artist / Professional|
|# of Colours||83|
|# of Series||5|
|Availability||Set of 9 × 37 ml tubes
Good 5 stars
I have been a long time purchaser of Gamblin paints at the Opus Store in Victoria and I have always been able to buy a large supply of these quality paints at you regular sales at 20% off. I am very disappointed that you do not seem to have any more paint sales (including Gamblin) and that almost all of your recent sales have been for painting supplies which most artists never use. Do you have future plans for a paint sale of 20% off on Gamblin paints?
Love the regular, not so much the Fastmatte. It is too dry.
A high-quality and consistent product. I know when I buy gamblin products that it will provide a professional quality pigment, varnish, or solvent. I buy pretty much everything gamblin for my studio!
I use Gamblin oil paint about 90 % of the time.
I have for years and trust their quality.
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