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    Sennelier French Honey-Based Artist's Watercolour

    Working with many different artists, Sennelier has tailored their watercolours to meet the needs of today's artists. The result is L'Aquarelle Sennelier, a range of watercolours that offers excellent lightfastness, exceptional vibrancy, and a diverse rang

    When Canada thinks about finding an amazing price on Sennelier watercolours they think of Endeavours, Canada's art supply store.
              Watercolors by Sennelier have their origins in the Impressionist movement. Painters of the period were motivated by nature and set out to mimic natural light. The spontaneity, lightness of touch, fluidity, and transparency of the watercolour technique allowed for a fast translation of a certain light, vibration, or shape. For instance, Paul Cézanne painted about forty watercolour paintings of the Mont Sainte Victoire in Provence. William Turner had already established watercolour painting as a legitimate art genre and even managed to create genuine masterpieces in England and along the Normandy coast in France.
              Since that time, watercolours have earned their place in painting history. Because of their brilliance and spontaneity, artists adore them. It is very enjoyable to watch a painter experiment with the paper's light and the transient, strong pigments as they shimmer, combine, and swirl under their brush to produce a variety of distinct effects.
               A watercolour created with modern artists in mind; L'Aquarelle Sennelier was the result of a protracted collaboration with numerous artists. By consulting international watercolorists, expert painters tested various mixtures "blindly" on a group of subjects. Curating the paints to fit exactly what artists are after- intense, brilliant, and dazzling watercolour. L'Aquarelle Sennelier satisfies all of these requests.
             Since ancient times, honey has been used as a treatment for dry skin and to speed the healing of wounds. It is also a symbol of light and the sun, poetry, and science. This nectar is utilised in L'Aquarelle Sennelier not only as a preservative but also as an addition that gives the paint an unmatched shine and smoothness. To improve the durability, brightness, and luminosity of the colours while maintaining their vibrancy, Sennelier has revised the formula for their watercolour paint by adding more honey.
               For more than a century, L'Aquarelle Sennelier has been made the same way, with the finest pigments and the finest Kordofan Gum Arabic as a binder. This combination of organic components creates colours that have a bright, smooth texture and deliver vibrant, colourful tones. The combination of honey and gum arabic results in outstanding washes and application quality that is unmatched. This foundation is then finely ground while being combined with pigments. Prior to combining the pigments with the bonding agent, Sennelier makes sure to soak them for 24 hours in pure water (devoid of mineral salts).
    This enhances the bonding between the colours, which in turn brings out the full brilliance of the colours.
    Sennelier watercolors are ground in the traditional way using grindstones rotating slowly so as not to heat up the paste. This operation is carried out in several stages until the paste are as fine as possible thus getting rid of any particles which might impair the perfection of the wash.
    Due to the vividness and purity of the colours, this excellent watercolour will help you create your artwork even more powerful. Perfect colour blending results in exquisitely delicate hues. It would be a great delight to paint with these rich, silky hues. When you use Sennelier watercolours, you will be able to faithfully reproduce the variety of light shape and colours because the honey will help the tubes and pans withstand the test of time.

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