The Stoneground Paint Co. crafts its watercolour paint using finely ground particles of pigment with a binder made from water, gum arabic, and wildflower honey. They offer a wide range of pigments from modern to mineral, traditional to pearlescent, to create paint that offers watercolour artists a variety of vibrant colours.

The pigments used in the Traditional Colours (mostly Series 1) are ones that have been used by artists for hundreds, and in some cases, thousands, of years.  These are primarily inorganic pigments such as iron oxides, green earths, and the popular umber and sienna pigments of the Renaissance.  Also included here are modern interpretations of traditionally used pigments such as Zinc and Titanium White (which replaced toxic Lead White), and the Mayan pigments (which are modern versions of lightfast and permanent pigments used by civilizations living in Central and South America hundreds of years ago).

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