Oils and Turpentine

Poppyseed Oil

Poppyseed oil is used particularly incorporated with whites and light blues for its non-yellowing nature as a medium.  It is a slower drying oil with a paint film not quite as strong as Linseed and Safflower oils. It was used from the 15th Century onwards and originated in the low countries of Europe.

Available in 3 sizes: 100ml, 250ml and 1 litre.

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Walnut Oil

A lovely oil that is used in my Cremnitz White No. 307. The film cures clean and bright.

Available in 3 sizes: 100ml, 250ml and 1 litre.

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Safflower Oil

Bright, clean, one of the highest in colour for oil, a favorite for my Titanium White no. 1. Note, safflower oil is a slow drying oil.

Available in 3 sizes: 100ml, 250ml and 1 litre.

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Linseed Stand Oil

You can add linseed oil to your oil paints to increase flow however an excess will lead to some apparent yellowing due to the natural colour of the oil. Applying the paint layers thinly is then seen as desirable to avoid other defects of excess such as wrinkling.

Available in 3 sizes: 100ml, 250ml and 1 litre.

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Linseed Oil

Our very own linseed oil! We use linseed oil because it produces the strongest of paint films thus helping to ensure the longevity of your oil painting.

Available in 3 sizes: 100ml, 250ml and 1 litre.

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Refined Gum Turpentine

Genuine Portuguese Maritime Turpentine, the very product we use to make our expertly crafted mediums.

Available in 100 ml, 250 ml and 1 litre.

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