Tag Archives: Pastels

A Close-up of Conte a Paris Crayons

Conte pastels

Conte a Paris Crayons are square ‘carre’ sticks which are made using a combination of pigments, clay and binder. They are harder than pastels and charcoal, and can be applied with the corner for fine lines and the flat edge to make larger strokes. Conte a Paris Crayons – a small selection of the colours! […]

Painting with Derwent Inktense Blocks & Pencils

These water soluble drawing blocks and pencils can be use in countless different ways to create colourful artwork. Just add water to Derwent Inktense Blocks or Pencils to produce deep and vibrant permanent, waterproof ink colours on paper or fabric. If you choose to draw on fabric, your designs on cotton or silk will be […]

Rubbers and Erasers for Artists

Derwent Battery Eraser

There are a huge range of artists rubbers and erasers available on the market today. Each eraser has unique qualities to suit different situations and art styles. Here is a short overview of some of the types of eraser and brands we stock here at George Weil. Natural Rubber Erasers The Daler Rowney Mystic Eraser […]

A Penchant for a Pochade?

Pochade Box - Small

If you enjoy painting on the move, these robust beach wood pochade boxes are the ideal companion. These boxes are light and practical, the perfect gift for the travelling artist. Available in two sizes, they include an easel, a palette, secure storage for materials and space for up to four wet paintings. They also come […]

Drawing with Oil Pastels

Oil Pastels

Oil pastels are a drawing medium that can be used on their own or along with other pastels. The pigment is mixed with a non-drying oil and wax binder making a soft, buttery consistency which fills the grain of the paper. They create no dust at all and can be used on almost any surface […]

Types of Drawing Pastels

Pastels are made from pure finely powdered pigments which are ground into a paste with water and a gum or methyl cellulose binder. This paste is rolled into sticks and then allowed to dry. Pumice may be added to make the pastel abrasive to create more tooth on the paper surface. To create paler shades, […]

Fine Art Supplies Coming Soon!

We have some very exciting news for our George Weil customers. We are pleased to announce that George Weil & Sons Ltd will shortly be extending the range of products to include fine art supplies for artists and students from all leading brands including Winsor & Newton, Daler Rowney, Caran d’Ache, Derwent, Jaker, Unison and […]

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