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Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colours (75ml)

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  • Richly coloured range of oil paints 
  • Traditionally crafted & triple-milled 
  • Brilliant, mixable & exceptionally permanent colours 
  • Highly pigmented, including both Cadmium & Cobalt 
  • Consistent colouring from wet to dry 

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Rich & low-odour, Georgian Oils are made using only carefully selected permanent, organic pigments ensuring the highest standards of durability, reliability, lightfastness and working properties. 

Able to be used directly from the tube using either a brush or knife, or alternatively, thin with an additive or medium for a number of effects, including the finest of glazes. 

What is Georgian Oil Paint?

Georgian Oil paint is a brand of artist paints from professional artist brand Daler-Rowney that can be used for all kinds of projects. The high-quality product is crafted in England and triple milled to give a consistent colour on your work from wet to dry. The smooth consistency of the oil paint means it is perfect for use with brush or knife techniques, particularly when combining techniques and experimenting with new ones. Professional artists will be impressed with the high pigment of Georgian Oil paint while amateurs and student artists will love the ease of use and mixability.

Video: Understanding Daler-Rowney Georgian Oils

 

Offering highly pigmented, brilliant permanence, Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour features a smooth, buttery consistency, ideal for implementing different brush and knife techniques. Intermixable and consistent from wet to dry, the Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour range comprises 54 colours in 75ml size tubes.

Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour Chart

What is Oil Colour?

Oil colour is produced by the combination of a pigment with a natural oil binder, such as linseed, walnut and poppy oils. This is then applied to a support such as canvas. The pigment fixes to the support upon dehydration and oxidation of the oil, forming a hard film on the surface.

Oil colours are oil-based, so any brush used to apply the oil colour paint should be thoroughly cleaned after use with either a solvent or brush cleaner rather than simply rinsed with water. 

The following videos show different ways of cleaning oil colour paint brushes:

Removing Oil Colour Using A Solvent

Removing Oil Colour Using “The Masters” Brush Cleaner And Preserver

Why use Oil Colour?

Oil colour dries slowly, offering artists flexibility and time to make modifications. The slow drying properties of Georgian Oil Colour means they are excellent for creating subtle blends, affording the artist smooth transitions in their painting.

Why choose Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour?

Carefully formulated and traditionally crafted, Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colours are triple-milled in England, ensuring an even performance and finish across all colours. Generally, Georgian Oil Colours require very limited quantities of mediums, and can be used freely straight from the tube. This means a minimal amount of set up and equipment, perfect for beginners to the world of oil colour.

Video: Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil - Stefan Smit + Chris Valentine

How long does Daler Rowney Georgian Oil Colour take to dry?

Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour tends to become touch dry in 4-5 days, allowing for significant reworking of your oil artwork. However, every pigment reacts differently when mixed with oil, resulting in varying drying times. It is important to know the drying times of the oil colours used, so that slower-drying oil colour is painted over faster-drying layers, in order to avoid cracking.

Introducing a Painting Medium will alter the drying times of Georgian oil colour, as well as influencing the gloss and texture of the colour. This guide provides some useful Tips For Using Oil Paint Mediums.

How do “Hue” colours differ from other oil colours?

Designed to closely resemble the spectrum of natural oil colour pigments, “Hue” oil colour offers a quality, affordable alternative. A high level of pigmentation is achieved by the use of moderately priced pigments, rather than reducing the pigment load. Influenced by the pigments used, the sheen of Daler-Rowney Georgian Oil Colour may vary in gloss level across the range. This can be addressed by the addition of solvent or medium.

How does Georgian Oil Colour compare to Acrylic paint?

The main difference between Oil Colour and Acrylic paint is their drying times; Oil Colour dries very slowly, allowing the artist a longer working time, whereas Acrylic dries incredibly quickly. Much depends on how the artist prefers to work, and the effects they wish to create. The following link provides a more detailed comparison of the two media.

Guide To The Key Differences Between Oil Colour And Acrylic Paint

Which surfaces best support Oil Colour?

An important factor for the artist to consider when Choosing A Surface For Oil Painting is where they will be painting. Cotton or Linen canvas is ideal for studio work, whereas a Canvas Board or Canvas Pad may be more suitable when working outdoors.

Which brushes are best for Oil Colour painting?

Oil Colour painting requires the brush to have stiff bristles, with enough resilience to control and manipulate the colour. Providing good flow and texture, the stiffness of Hog Brush bristles makes them particularly well suited to oil painting.

Advancements in the production of synthetic hair have resulted in a rise in popularity of synthetic brushes, especially if price and durability are an issue. Originally designed for working with Acrylic paint, many artists have found Pro Arte’s Acrylix range of synthetic brushes ideal for painting with oil colour.

Oil colour painting can often entail working at a distance from the paint surface. In these circumstances, a long handled brush offers the perfect solution.

Palette Knives are another tool invaluable to the artist working with oil colour, and choosing a softer bristle brush from our range of Oil Paint Brushes is a further option, when working with thinned oil colour.

Which techniques work best with Oil Colour?

The following links show some useful techniques when working with oil colour:

How To Blend Oil Paint

Impasto Technique

Glazing With Oil Painting

Who are Daler-Rowney?

Established in 1783, by Richard and Thomas Rowney, Daler-Rowney has been manufacturing the finest art materials for over 230 years.

In 1963, Rowney became the first manufacturer in Europe to introduce artists' acrylic colour.  Widely used by artists, including well-known proponents Peter Blake and Bridget Riley, throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Rowney’s “Cryla” heralded a new era in art practice, which became known as ‘Pop Art’.

In 1983, the Daler Board Company purchased the George Rowney Company, forming Daler-Rowney Limited, as the company is known today.  Daler-Rowney now operates from three manufacturing bases, two in the UK and one in the Dominican Republic.

Reviews (32)

01/03/2022
5/5
good value for money
24/09/2021
5/5
Good quality
08/06/2021
5/5
godd quality as always
04/06/2021
5/5
Really love Daler Rowney oil paints! Great quality, great price.
03/06/2021
5/5
Georgian Oil is always very good and even better value at the price paid at the time.
21/05/2021
5/5
good prduct
12/05/2021
5/5
Excellent product and service.
29/04/2021
5/5
excellent value
29/03/2021
5/5
Very nice, smooth and opaque
24/03/2021
5/5
Good value and quality.
09/02/2021
5/5
Great paint
02/02/2021
5/5
excellent
01/02/2021
5/5
Good product
26/01/2021
5/5
nice texture.
28/12/2020
4/5
I bought vermillion hue, it seems good to me, but I've no experience of more expensive equivalents from the likes of Old Holland or Wallace Seymore.
20/11/2020
4/5
recommended product, too busy to use yet, but have no doubt it will be perfect
19/11/2020
5/5
Great paint quality.
21/10/2020
5/5
Very good.
05/08/2020
5/5
it is ok
29/05/2020
5/5
I have used these oils for many years . Cowling Wilcox provided excellent economic value
13/05/2020
5/5
Realise this does not have full amount of pigment ,but still superb quality.
19/11/2019
5/5
Very happy using these. Colours are vivid and don't really change once dry. Recommend these for all skill levels.
02/11/2019
5/5
Very smooth to use. Colours are strong and mix well. Would recommend for all levels of artist.
03/05/2019
4/5
comparing with handmade.
29/03/2019
5/5
good value
27/03/2019
5/5
Very good
21/03/2019
5/5
Good price
28/02/2019
5/5
great value
21/01/2019
5/5
Good
09/01/2019
5/5
Haven’t used any yet but very good price
07/01/2019
5/5
Buttery smooth, medium stiffness. Well pigmented. Great value, will use again.
21/11/2018
4/5
Very good price, quick delivery

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