Free Delivery over £75*

Free Delivery over £75*

01273 260260
M Graham Watercolour

M Graham Watercolour

SKU
513

Save up to 26% on M Graham Watercolours!

Finest quality watercolours made with honey and gum arabic. These colours won't crystallize and will not harden in the tube even after years of disuse due to their honey content. They will stay wet longer and re-wet easier than other watercolour ranges.

Graham & Co started making honey based watercolours in Oregon, USA in 1992, reviving a centuries old tradition. They are dedicated to making the best watercolours in the world.

More Info
From £9.30 Was £11.95

Free UK Standard Delivery on all orders over £75

Colour Chart

Select a Colour
Hansa Yellow
Bismuth Yellow
Azo Yellow
Hansa Yellow Deep
Cadmium Yellow Light
Cadmium Yellow
Cadmium Yellow Deep
Gamboge
Indian Yellow
Azo Orange
Cadmium Orange
Scarlet Pyrrol
Cadmium Red Light
Cadmium Red
Cadmium Red Deep
Naphthol Red
Pyrrol Red
Quinacridone Red
Quinacridone Rose
Alizarin Crimson
Permanent Alizarin Crimson
Maroon Perylene
Quinacridone Violet
Ultramarine Pink
Mineral Violet
Cobalt Violet
Ultramarine Violet Deep
Dioxazine Purple
Ultramarine Violet
Ultramarine
Cobalt Blue
Anthraquinone Blue
Cerulean Blue
Cerulean Blue Deep
Phthalo Blue Red Shade
Prussian Blue
Phthalo Blue
Manganese Blue Hue
Cobalt Teal
Turquoise
Phthalo Green
Viridian
Phthalo Green Yellow Shade
Cobalt Green
Hookers Green
Permanent Green Light
Permanent Green Pale
Sap Green
Olive Green
Azo Green
Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide
Yellow Ochre
Raw Sienna
Nickel Azo Yellow
Naples Yellow
Nickel Quinacridone Gold
Transparent Orange Iron Oxide
Quinacridone Rust
Transparent Red Iron Oxide
Burnt Sienna
Terra Rossa
Burnt Umber
Raw Umber
Sepia
Ivory Black
Paynes Gray
Lamp Black
Neutral Tint
Chinese White
Titanium Opaque White

Save up to 26% on M Graham Watercolours!

Graham & Co started making honey based watercolours in Oregon, USA in 1992, reviving a centuries old tradition. They are dedicated to making the best watercolours in the world.

Honey has been used extensively throughout the history of art as an ingredient in water based colours of all types. Graham & Co watercolours use honey as an essential ingredient in the binding medium.

Honey was used in the 19th century by French colourmen and was then copied by English manufacturers. Manufacturers soon substitued the honey with industrial sugars, probably for economic reasons.

Honey loves moisture, so it absorbs water from the atmosphere. Its relative fluidity reduces the amount of water and glycerine needed. This means that more pigment can be used to create concentrated, brilliant colours enabling the artist to make smooth, even coloured, free flowing washes.

Watercolours made with honey do not crystallize and will not harden in the tube even after months or years of disuse.

These watercolours will remoisten easily if left on the palette.

Delivery Times & Charges

**Covid 19 13/4/20

There has been unprecedented demand for our mail order service in light of our temporary shop closure following government guidelines. Please note that we are unable to provide a local collection service under the current government restrictions.

We are doing our best to cope with a vast amount of orders whilst we are short staffed so please bear with us as your orders may take a few more days than usual and we are unable to guarantee next day delivery.

We endeavour to dispatch your order as soon as possible after it is received, although some delays can occur during busy periods. Delivery is generally within 1 to 2 working days from the day you complete your order. Please allow up to 5 working days for your order to arrive before contacting us.

We may occasionally send part of the order if not all items are currently in stock. We will contact you in these instances and you will not incur additional shipping charges for UK mainland orders.

If there is likely to be any undue delay to your order we will attempt to contact you via phone or e-mail. 

If there are any issues during delivery, the carriers will attempt to contact you by phone (if a number is provided). If the courier is unable to deliver, for any reason, a second delivery attempt will be made the next working day. The goods will then be held for 5 days with the carriers before being returned to us.

If your order is sent via Royal Mail they will leave a card if they are unable to deliver and you can either collect from your local sorting office or re-arrange delivery. If your package does not arrive Royal mail requires us to wait for 14 working days before we are able to raise a claim. Please contact us in these circumstances. 

Please contact Lawrence Art Supplies directly if you have any issues with delivery, we will pass on instructions to the carrier.