Sennelier Oil Pastel

Sennelier Oil Pastel

SKU
707

In 1949, Parisian painter, Henri Goetz approached Henri Sennelier about creating a wax colour stick for his friend, Pablo Picasso.

Picasso, a frequent visitor to the Sennelier store across the street from the Louvre museum, was looking for a painting medium, which could be used freely on a variety of surfaces without fading or cracking.

Their collaboration produced Sennelier oil pastels.

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Transparent Medium
White
Naples Yellow
Nickel Yellow
Lemon Yellow
Gold Yellow
Yellow Lake
Yellow Deep
Luminous Yellow
Bright Yellow
Mandarin
Chinese Orange
Vermilion
Red Light
Permanent Intense Red
Ruby Red
Red Deep
Bordeaux
Pink
Parma Violet
Blue Violet
Violet Alizarin Lake
Red Violet
Sky Blue
Cerulean Blue
Celestial Blue
Phthalo Blue
Blue Alizarin Lake
Midnight Blue
Azure Blue
Pale Blue
Indian Blue
Delft Blue
Royal Blue
Cobalt Blue
French Ultramarine Blue
Ultramarine Blue
Prussian Blue
Indigo Light
Turquoise Blue
Prussian Green
Celadon Green
Green Yellow Light
Moss Green
Barite Green
Cobalt Green Light
Olive Green
Sap Green Light
Phthalo Green Light
Cinnabar Yellow Brown
Cinnabar Green Yellow
Permanent Green Light
Green Medium
Cinnabar Green Deep
Viridian Green
Chrome Green Medium
Pine Green
Charcoal Blue
Sap Green
Titan Buff
Chrome Brown
Brown Ochre
Havana Ochre
Earth Brown
Brown Pink
Olive Brown
Brown Light
Orange Ochre
Gold Brown
Light English Red
Violet Ochre
Mummy
Yellow Ochre
Mars Orange
Raw Sienna
Chrome Red
Red Brown
Venetian Red
Brown Madder
Burnt Sienna
Raw Umber
Burnt Umber
Sepia
Cold Grey
Light Grey
English Grey
Yellow Grey
Grey Green
Reddish Brown Grey
Medium Grey
Violet Grey
Grey Deep
Charcoal
Paynes Grey
Mars Black
Black
Iridescent White
Iridescent Aluminium
Iridescent Rich Gold
Iridescent Red Gold
Reddish Brown Gold
Iridescent Transparent Blue
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