Traditional and Modern Pigments for Contemporary Artists!
Tri-Art's Oil Line is part of the Finest Quality Professional family. The line is comprised of 71 colours and 24 mediums.The colours are formatted to be rich and thick in body. The vehicle is a high-grade, refined sunflower oil to ensure clean, pure colours. Tri-Art's collection of colours contain only the finest artist grade pigments, milled to perfection in order to offer ultimate brilliance and purity of colour. There are C.P. (chemically pure) cadmiums, single pigment, pigment blends, organic, inorganic, transparent, semi-transparent and opaque colours in the line. Tri-Art selects and formulates unique and exciting ranges of both traditional and cutting-edge colours for contemporary artists. Our Finest Quality Oil line is designed of the artist that embraces both the traditional oil colour palette and techniques, as well as modern pigments and innovative applications available today.
SPECIALTY COLOURS... Micaceous Iron Oxide, Phosphorescent and Tri-Art's signature colour, Liquid Mirror, are dazzling inclusions in the line up of modern colours. There is also iridescent and interference colours. Interference colours shift depending on the angle they are viewed at. Applying them over dark colours will show the dominant (label) colour where as painting over light colours will reveal the complimentary colour. They are perfect for accents, glazing, dry brush effects and enhancing certain colours. Phosphorescent will provide glowing effects and Micaceous Iron Oxide will have rich, shimmering effects. The inclusion of these colours offer unique possibilities for oil painters.
Colours Are Available in Sizes: 75 mL tube, 150 mL tubes. The exception is Mars Black and Titanium White These are Available: 250 mL, 500 mL, 1L, 2L, 3.78L and 16L pails
Iridescent Pale Gold and Gold Deep
Iridescent Pale Cold and Gold Deep
Tubes have been designed to ensure they are easy to squeeze. The snap cap allows for controlled dispersion and ensured sealing of lid. The large neck allows for the option of a palette knife to be used to scoop paint out of the neck opening.