Stoneground Botanical Watercolor Large Palette


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Stoneground Botanical Palette – Large

Stoneground’s Large Botanical Watercolor Palette contains fourteen half pans of our handmade watercolour paint in a metal tin. A combination of our Cool and Warm Botanical Palettes, plus Lemon Ochre and Burnt Sienna Deep Crimson, this collection of colours is perfect for any artist looking for a versatile, bright and vibrant palette.

Stoneground Paint Co. crafts their watercolours by combining finely ground pigment with a binder of water, gum arabic, as well as honey. Watercolour is a noted for its transparency and the wide range of effects it can create. They use a range of pigments in the creation of their handmade paint, from modern to mineral, traditional to pearlescent. As a result, Stoneground offers watercolour artists an array of vibrant colours and sets to choose from.

Beyond botanicals, this botanical watercolor palette is a wonderful choice for sunsets and skies. Combine Quinacridone Red and Mayan Green Deep for a deep purple that works for silhouettes and landscapes. Try combining Hansa Yellow and Marigold Orange for intense summer golds. Also, blend Hooker’s Green and Dioxazine Purple to create dramatic shadows and foliage.

Find smaller Stoneground botanical watercolor palettes in Warm or Cool colours here.

Colours included:

  • Hansa Yellow Light (NEW!) – PY3

  • Hansa Yellow – PY74

  • Marigold Orange – PO36

  • Scarlet – PR12

  • Quinacridone Red (NEW!) – PV19

  • Ultramarine Rose – PR259

  • Manganese Violet – PV16

  • Dioxazine Purple – PV23

  • Ultramarine Blue – PB29

  • Phthalo Green Blue Shade – PG7

  • Hooker’s Green – PG8

  • Lemon Ochre – PY43

  • Burnt Sienna Deep Crimson – PBr7

  • and Mayan Green Deep (NEW!)- PN/A

Traditional Colours

The pigments used in the creation of Stoneground Traditional Colours are ones that have been used by artists for hundreds, and in some cases, thousands, of years.  These are primarily inorganic pigments such as iron oxides, green earths, and the popular umber and sienna pigments of the Renaissance.  Also included here, are modern interpretations of traditionally used pigments such as Zinc and Titanium White, which replace toxic Lead White. Additionally, the Mayan pigments are modern versions of lightfast and permanent pigments used by civilizations in Central and South America hundreds of years ago.

Modern Series

Stoneground modern colours consist of pigments developed after 1704 with the accidental discovery of Prussian Blue. The development of synthetic pigments have given artists a veritable rainbow of to choose from. All of the modern colours in Stoneground’s line-up are lightfast, permanent, and non-toxic.

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