Sennelier Pigment

Sennelier Pigment

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Recent innovations and research Sennelier offers a wide variety of synthetic pigments that perfectly match the performance of such ancient mineral pigments such as Lapis Lazuli and Cinnabar. Yet at the same time Sennelier still mines the earth for minerals and other natural elements from traditional sources - pigments like clays and iron oxides used in ochres and the preparation of ?burnt? earth colours from calcified soil.

At the dawn of the 21st century, Sennelier still keeps a watchful eye on the pigments selected for its lines of artists' quality oils, oil sticks, watercolours, soft pastels and oil pastels. These very same pigments are available to artists wishing to master the preparation of their own colours.

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Colour Chart

Select a Colour
Titanium White - 140g
Zinc White - 100g
Cadmium Yellow Deep Sub - 100g
Cadmium Red Light - 120g
Helios Red - 40g
Primary Red - 110g
Mineral Violet - 50g
Cerulean Blue Sub - 180g
Green Earth - 120g
Yellow Ochre - 80g
Raw Sienna - 120g
Burnt Sienna - 140g
Raw Umber - 120g
Ivory Black - 120g
Naples Yellow Sub - 90g
Primary Yellow - 60g
Ultramarine Light - 60g
Ultramarine Deep - 85g
Prussian Blue - 80g
Burnt Umber - 140g
Alizarin Scarlet Lake - 70g
Lemon Yellow - 100g
Viridian Green Sub - 170g
Red Ochre - 90g
Recent innovations and research Sennelier offers a wide variety of synthetic pigments that perfectly match the performance of such ancient mineral pigments such as Lapis Lazuli and Cinnabar. Yet at the same time Sennelier still mines the earth for minerals and other natural elements from traditional sources - pigments like clays and iron oxides used in ochres and the preparation of ?burnt? earth colours from calcified soil. At the dawn of the 21st century, Sennelier still keeps a watchful eye on the pigments selected for its lines of artists' quality oils, oil sticks, watercolours, soft pastels and oil pastels. These very same pigments are available to artists wishing to master the preparation of their own colours.

Delivery Times & Charges 

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.