Sennelier 20 Asst Half Pastel Set

$54.11

The name Sennelier has been synonymous with the finest pastels available in the world, whose intensity of colour and singular velvety feel have been appreciate by pastelists since the turn of the century. Sennelier’s first colours were commission by Degas, and are made the same way today by hand. Unlike other pastels, Sennelier pastels are pure pigment and are devoid of any fillers of clay, which dull the pastel’s colour. An exclusive natural binder holds their hand-selected pigments together, yielding vivid, and water-soluble colour. This set offers an introduction to Sennelier quality at an affordable price, perfect for beginners and students. The unlabelled half stick’s larger more robust form is perfect for turning on their sides and applying broad strokes of colour.

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In 1887, Gustave Sennelier, a devoted chemist, established himself as a purveyor of fine-artists’ paints at 3 Quai Voltaire facing the Louvre and steps away from l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Having thoroughly researched the history and usage of pigments, he developed a distinctive process for manufacturing oil colours, formulating precise methods for mixing tones and for controlling their opacity and transparency. His work was so meticulous and his eye for colour so accurate that artists soon began to regard the Sennelier palette as the ultimate standard of quality.

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