I love it! (Okay, to be smooth like Vasari, you have to mull; I admit it.) David Kassan Studio Set! Vasari Burnt Umber is the deepest, richest burnt umber I’ve ever used – and is now the only burnt umber I use. The Vasari version is very nice and similar to mine in many ways, but it lacks the interesting thixotropic rheology of my paint. French Ochre Havane – 40ml for $10.95. (We are all familiar with short paint, since most tubed paint is short. It was an amazing day of activity and insightful presentations including painting demonstrations by Larry Moore (in oils) and by Stewart […], Prussian Blue: First Blue Prussian Blue, the first blue synthetic pigment for artists, dates back to 1704. Sorry I didn’t make a wiped sample of the EP paint; it compares well in the mulled version. The Vasari version is a bit oranger and lighter in masstone than the Earth Pigments version, comparing favorably to my hand-made one, though mine tints nicely into an adobe color that works well for the desert, and has longer rheology. [Touch dry in 2.5 days], Italian Green Earth – “Terra Verde Ancienne” Genuine – 40ml for $20.95 – This is an olive-brown color, transparent, with a smoky beauty that I like sometimes for landscapes. Mars Colors were favored early on by the Pre-Raphaelite painters, such as the example […], Balenciaga and Spanish painting The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum presented through September 22, 2019, the exhibition Balenciaga and Spanish painting, connecting the work of Cristóbal Balenciaga, the most admired and influential fashion designer of all time, with the tradition of 16th- to 20th-century Spanish painting. Their more expensive colors remain much more costly even in the large tubes. Of course, every painter’s process is different, and something one of us finds desirable is the opposite for another. One that wouldn’t hold texture at all is M. Graham. There are certainly painting styles in which they are not useful or desirable at all, but you can’t know if you like them unless you experience them. The tactile experience of painting matters to me, and these are really nice! Copyright © 2020 Vasari Classic Artists' Oil Colors | Website design by Charley Parker, Expect paint that glows from across the room, fiery, gemlike color emitting its own light, to set. In thin paint, I’d probably prefer to paint with it just for the feeling. It makes nice greenish grays in tints. It’s the darkest of their siennas (why is it called Light? Here’s a few reasons why any […], Mars Colors: Bold and Bright Along with Cadmiums, Cobalts and Chromium, Mars Colors, from yellow to violet, were among the bright new inventions of 19th century color chemistry that subsequently sparked a color revolution in painting. It’s been useful for both landscapes and portraits. Discussion with the master paintmakers of Vasari Classic Artists' Oil Colors, Our genuine Manganese Blue is the authentic single pigment, PB 33 – Barium Manganate. I would definitely say that Vasari is quite superior to tube paint I have from Gamblin and Winsor Newton, which hold brushstrokes well (almost too aggressively) but have the slight waxy feel of additives. The […], We were delighted to help sponsor the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association’s (MAPAPA) Annual Meeting this year, at the Chesapeake Fine Arts Studio, in Stevensville, MD on April 6th. Once you feel how smooth and sensual a high quality tubed paint can be, you really notice these things. By this time an intern of Diesbach, […], Painting From Life, Portraiture Work from Sharon Sprung’s morning class, Painting From Life, Portraiture, came up for exhibition on February 4, 2019, in this year’s The Student Concours at The Art Students League of New York. No mulling is required to make a great color. These three are on they looser end of the scale, allowing them to be used without solvents or mediums if desired, but they are not runny (like Sennelier in some tubes I have). Expect paint that glows from across the room, fiery, gemlike color emitting its own light, to set your work apart from all the others, each and every time. You will never get a tubed ultramarine blue or Mars violet that can pull out into foot-long strings! I’ve held off a long time on buying any since I tend to be too precious with oil paint even when it’s cheap, but some dry pigments that I really like from Earthpigments.com are now available in oils in the Vasari line, and I was interested to compare my handmade paint to commercial equivalents. Because our Manganese Blue is not a hue and is not a mixture containing Phthalocyanine (Phthalo) Blue, the consistency and color strength is […], King’s & Video Blue: The Essential Palette Are blue tints, such as our King’s and Video Blue, essential colors for your palette or only supplemental mixtures, merely for convenience? They have a long character that is much more like handmade paint than most brands. Tubed paint requires stabilizers to avoid separation, and even high end ones usually have a small amount. Using coarsely ground natural earth colors, masters such as Rembrandt, employed the natural luminosity of these larger particle size pigments to create stunning illusions of brocaded fabrics or […], Study with Adrian Martinez at Historic Yellow Springs Adrian Martinez, an internationally known artist, instructor and lecturer, will teach both a 5-week Friday class, Painting Techniques – Grisaille and Glazing and 2-day Saturday-Sunday workshop, Abstract Art Workshop at the Chester Springs Studio in Historic Yellow Springs, Chester Springs, PA. It’s good to know that my handmade paint compares well (for my purposes! When Vasari says “subtle in tints,” though, they mean really weak! If raw sienna means orange glow to you, this is a good one. You’re probably sensing my love of mulling.) Vasari is often described as the Cadillac of oil paints. Its accidental discovery by a Berlin color maker, Diesbach, was a closely guarded secret for the next two decades until the formulation was published, in 1724. Thank you for making such a great product! The Vasari version is a bit oranger and lighter in masstone than the Earth Pigments version, comparing favorably to my hand-made one, though mine tints nicely into an adobe color that works well for the desert, and has longer rheology. Your Flake White is simply the best on the market (I’ve tried them all), and what a difference it makes. I have a lot of dry pigments, and often make my own paints. On the outer swatches, wiped glazes are smaller, to the upper-right of the swatch (not all have them).
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