663 Sepia Brown was originally made from cuttlefish during the 18th century. It was a lovely colour but faded quickly and had a poor shelf life. Today is is made from a mixture of pigments.
- Pigment Identification – PB15:1, PBr7, PBk9 Phthalo Blue, Earth Pigment and Carbon
- Semi- Opaque
- Semi-staining – moderately easy to lift and remove from the page.
- **** Good Lightfastness
Schmincke Horadam Watercolours are available in 5 ml or 15 ml tubes as well half pan or full pan.