WHAT THE ARTIST USED

International Artist - - Oil Demonstration -

Oil Col­ors (all Win­sor & New­ton, un­less in­di­cated): » Ti­ta­nium White

» Per­ma­nent Alizarin Crim­son, or Per­ma­nent Mad­der Deep (by Rem­brandt) » Cad­mium Red Light or Win­sor Red

» Cad­mium Yel­low

» Cad­mium Le­mon

» Cerulean, Man­ganese or Sevres Blue (by Rem­brandt), pick one of these green­ish blues » French Ul­tra­ma­rine Blue Ad­di­tional col­ors on my palette (all Win­sor & New­ton, un­less in­di­cated): » Perm Rose

» Cad Red Deep

» Light Red (by Blockx)

» Raw Si­enna

» Cad Scar­let

» Cad Or­ange

» Cad Yel­low Pale » Ca­put Mor­tuum Vi­o­let (by Rem­brandt) » Burnt Si­enna

» In­dian Yel­low

» Yel­low Ochre Pale » Cad Green Pale Brushes (all from Rose­mary & Com­pany) » Ivory Long Flats (sizes 4, 6, and 7) » Ivory Rig­ger (size 6) » Ivory Fan (size 4)

» Ivory Pointed Round (size 0) » Perm Green Light » Chromium Ox­ide Green » Win­sor Emer­ald » Virid­ian

» Mauve Blue Shade » Perm Mauve

» Cobalt Blue

» Perm Ma­genta

» Phthalo Blue Red Shade (by Rem­brandt – cau­tion, very pow­er­ful, use spar­ingly)

Sur­face » 14 x 11 inch Am­per­sand Ges­sobord Ad­di­tional sup­plies » Paint-saver Palette (Fin­eart­tech.com)

» Paint­ing knife (RGM #50)

» Pas­tel pen­cil, light blue (Car­both­ello #430)

Paint­ing White Roses on lo­ca­tion

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