The most convenient form yet devised to keep watercolours clean and available for instant use. You can literally fit a rainbow in your Journal!
"I adore these Peerless water Colors because the colours are so vibrant and yet transparent. They are professional artist quality and self-blending which means they are pigment rich and flow without streaking. I keep my custom-made palette of them in my bag at all times. I am happy to share my 'Artomologist's Peerless Palette' in the images and video below! When teamed up with our Aquash Waterbrushes, they allow me to add instant colour to a travel sketch or journal page wherever I am. I can record colour notes, ideas and inspirations 'in-situ', never having to wait until later to add colour, when the memories have faded."
Jane Davenport | Artomologist
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This Jane Davenport Artomology Set contains 61 individual
That's ALL the Colours from the Complete Edition booklet, the Bonus Pak
and includes 6 absolutely exclusive Vintage Reds!
Each Peerless paint chip is 2 inch x 2 inch.
The color is coated on one side of a special paper fabric that readily discharges when it comes into contact with water or any soluble mixture. The other side has the name of the colour stamped on it. They are exceptionally long lasting, convenient and beautiful!
This is the full colour range:
The History Of
"Peerless Transparent Watercolors were developed in 1885 by Charles F. Nicholson. After many years of "revolutionary" chemical research, he developed the self blending line of Peerless Transparent Watercolors in sheet form. His unwavering ideal was to create an original form of presentation for watercolors.
After many years of perserverance, he successfully developed Color Film, or paper leaflet paint as many used to call them. Watercolors had never been offered in dry form and the novelty of the idea seemed to shock the artistic sense of the professional colorist. Even after 122 years, the self blending Peerless Transparent Watercolors still shock the amateur as well as the professional colorist! Charles F. Nicholson was certainly a genius. The formula he created for his special watercolors in 1885 has never changed. After 122 years, the same process is used in the creation of the colors."
Tips for hand tinting your Photographs!
Make your own 'Jane Davenport Peerless Palette' for rainbow filled travel.
Use this template to help you construct your own Peerless Palette