Color is meant not just to be seen, but experienced.
Color has characteristics beyond their mere appearance. An individual color possesses its own luscious texture, mixing quality, emotional resonance and historical significance in painting. When you squeeze oil color from one of our tubes, you experience color at its maximum.
Get insights on our oil colors, pigment history, color mixing, artists’ color stories and more. We welcome you to Experience Color.
Approach to Colormaking
Our mission is to lead oil painting and printmaking into the future. To us this means crafting materials as they ought to be, not just as they have been.
Authentic color. Naturally.
The nature of oil painting.
Being the best-known white does not make Titanium White the right choice for every artist. Select the right white for your work.
Why Temperature Matters
Learn the benefits of mastering the use of color temperature contrast as a means for creating the illusion of reality.
Silver, Pale Gold, Rich Gold, and Copper: There’s no doubt these beauties are a bright and shimmery family. But where did they come from and how are they useful?
It’s the most used color after white. Here’s why Robert Gamblin loves it so much and why many of us can’t paint without it.
When it comes to choosing a black for your palette, it’s not always black and white. Here’s the rundown on our six to help you find your perfect match.
These palettes can be used “as is”, or to provide a starting point for the development of custom palettes tailored to specific needs.
Traditional black pigments can easily make color mixtures “dirty.” Chromatic Black is different; it contains no black pigment.
The biggest difference between mineral and modern colors is how these two groups of pigments behave differently in color mixing.
Navigating Color Space
How to turn color theory into color mixing.