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03/24/2017 at 20:34. Facebook
We've released the first six episodes of our exclusive Masterclass series.
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We’re proud to have won an award at the International Craft Awards 2017. Readers of Crafts Beautiful magazine chose Winsor & Newton ProMarkers to be among the best colouring tools on the market today.

We’ve worked hard to develop our 148 vibrant colours – they’re blendable and non-toxic, and crafters love them for their versatility. Why not give them a try and see what makes them so good?
A Series 7 brush holds more colour than other brushes, due to its large belly.
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This photo of our expert brushmakers was taken at our factory in 1951. We are proud to say that the same love and care still goes into our brushes today. #ArchiveFriday
The Series 7 allows artists continual flow of colour due to its outstanding capacity.
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To ensure we deliver a painting experience like no other, we’ve put Series 7 to the test against a premium competitor brush. See for yourself.
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You asked for tips and techniques in watercolour - we listened.
Watch episode 17 of our #WNMasterclass series to understand the complexity of layering colour washes.

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Series 7 brushes have outstanding capacity within their ‘belly’, allowing consistent flow when painting.
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Our Series 7 brushes are the world’s finest and we’re offering 50 artists the chance to win one of them with their name on it.

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Winners will be notified by email.
Discover the fine art of making the Series 7 brush. Crafted by hand by our expert brush makers with extraordinary attention to detail. Click here for more on the Series 7 range: [ Link ]
An essential quality of a great water colour brush is a crisp point that maintains its shape during use.

All Series 7 brushes have the finest of points for a controlled, precise painting experience.

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A closer look at the Series 7 brush, hand crafted by our expert brush makers shows attention to detail like you’ve never seen before.
Get lost in the movement of our gold ink - hypnotising both on and off the paper. Video by Azizah A.
Happy Valentine's Day! Sharing the love via Eunike Nugroho #ValentinesDay
From 16 colours to 256, watch Hello Lovely People create a Winsor and Newton colour chart masterpiece.

Paints in order of use:
Opera rose, Alizarin crimson, Cadmium red, Burnt sienna, Raw umber, Burnt umber, Quinacridone Gold, Cadmium yellow, Olive green, Permanent sap green, Veridian, Phthalocyanine blue, Prussian blue, French ultramarine, Cerulean blue, Payne's gray
Professional illustrator and winner of the crime novel category at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, Alexandre Clérisse discovers BrushMarkers.
Alexandre Clérisse - Illustrateur primé SELECTION POLAR SNCF 2017 au Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d'Angoulême découvre les BrushMarkers.
Feast your eyes on these Solid Oil Colours in beautiful vintage Winsor and Newton packaging. #ArchiveFriday
You wanted watercolour, so here it is. A full length version of week 15, wet on wet watercolour techniques.
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Just in time for an afternoon sugar hit, these stunning watercolour cakes look good enough to eat. Regram by Enya's art of patisserie using Winsor and Newton Watercolour and Inks