Professional watercolour paints
With unrivalled performance and bright, vibrant colours, these artist paints are a must for the professional watercolour artist. Choose from a wide range of colours and enjoy the brilliance of these artist watercolour paints.
Watercolour dot cards
Ever wanted to try a variety of watercolour paint colours without buying a number of individual tubes? Use a watercolour dot card! You can find dot cards with 66 colours all the way up to 238 colours. With a wet brush, the dried dots will become a brilliant, brushable watercolour.
Whether you're a beginner watercolour artist or want a specific collection of colours, you can find everything you need in our watercolour paint sets. Discover sets with all the essential colours, nature colours and vibrant colours!
Watercolour painting tools
To create a watercolour masterpiece, you need the right tools. That’s where our range of watercolour brushes come in. Discover our collection of sable, taklon and squirrel brushes - all designed to perfectly handle watercolour paint. For even more control, opt for watercolour brush pens or watercolour pencils.
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Which watercolour paints are best?
Professional artist paints offer the highest degree of colour and lightfastness
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What is watercolour paint used for?
Watercolour is a versatile paint and can be used for a wide variety of art styles and creations! But due to their finish, they’re often used for painting botanicals, still life, portraits and landscapes.
Is watercolour or acrylic easier?
If you’re a beginner, acrylic paints may be easier to use. It dries fast, so you can easily go over any mistakes, and it can be cleaned up with water. But this doesn’t mean you have to paint with it if you’d prefer watercolour! If you’re a beginner watercolour artist, just make sure you take your time and watch plenty of video tutorials before you get started.
Can you use canvas for watercolour?
Yes you can paint watercolour on canvas! You simply need to prime the canvas with a watercolour primer first.