Oil Paints

Oil paints are comprised of pigments suspended in a binder, generally linseed oil. Depending on the manufacturer, other ingredients may be added as well, such as stabilizers or dryers.

  1. Winsor & Newton Artists' Oil Colors

    The Winsor & Newton Artists' Oil Color range offers a wide and balanced spectrum of 120 colors in a variety of sizes. Each color has been specially selected to offer the greatest choice and flexibility, ensuring that artists obtain a palette that is best suited to their work. Winsor & Newton's quality standards include the use of single...
  2. Etude Art Student Oil Colors

    An economical medium for teaching oil painting techniques.
    These vibrant and intense colors resist yellowing and feature excellent lightfastness. The buttery texture allows smooth brushwork in thick application or glazing. They closely match the working characteristics of their artist grade "parent" colors, but the selection is more limited, and the more expensive colors such as the cobalts and...
  3. Sennelier Artists' Extra Fine Oil Paint

    Remarkably rich, vivid, and responsive.
    Today the descendants of Gustave Sennelier still create their extraordinarily luscious colors from the finest hand-ground pigments combined with pure, first-press non-yellowing safflower oils. They produce an outstanding collection of oils distinguished by a "satin" finish and buttery feel. The paints still entrance artists, just as they did...
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